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Table 7 List of included papers

From: Promoting active travel to school: a systematic review (2010–2016)

No. Intervention References
1 DOiT (van Nassau et al., 2013) [32] van Nassau F, Singh AS, van Mechelen W, Paulussen TG, Brug J, Chinapaw MJ: Exploring facilitating factors and barriers to the nationwide dissemination of a Dutch school-based obesity prevention program “DOiT”: a study protocol. BMC Public Health 2013, 13(1):1.
van Nassau F, Singh AS, van Mechelen W, Brug J, Paw CA, Mai J: In Preparation of the Nationwide Dissemination of the School-Based Obesity Prevention Program DOiT: Stepwise Development Applying the Intervention Mapping Protocol. Journal of School Health 2014, 84(8):481-492.
Janssen EH, Singh AS, van Nassau F, Brug J, van Mechelen W, Chinapaw MJ: Test–retest reliability and construct validity of the DOiT (Dutch Obesity Intervention in Teenagers) questionnaire: measuring energy balance- related behaviours in Dutch adolescents. Public Health Nutrition 2014, 17(02):277-286.
Singh AS, Paw MJCA, Brug J, van Mechelen W: Dutch obesity intervention in teenagers: effectiveness of a school-based program on body composition and behavior. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 2009, 163(4):309-317.
Singh AS, Paw MJCA, Kremers SP, Visscher TL, Brug J, van Mechelen W: Design of the Dutch Obesity Intervention in Teenagers (NRG-DOiT): systematic development, implementation and evaluation of a school-based intervention aimed at the prevention of excessive weight gain in adolescents. BMC Public Health 2006, 6(1):1.
2 Drop-Off (Vanwolleghem et al., 2014) [33] Vanwolleghem G, D’Haese S, Van Dyck D, De Bourdeaudhuij I, Cardon G: Feasibility and effectiveness of drop-off spots to promote walking to school. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2014, 11(1):1.
3 Health In Adolescents (Lien et al., 2010) [34] Lien N, Bjelland M, Bergh IH, Grydeland M, Anderssen SA, Ommundsen Y, Andersen LF, Henriksen HB, Randby J, Klepp K-I: Design of a 20-month comprehensive, multicomponent school-based randomised trial to promote healthy weight development among 11-13 year olds: The HEalth In Adolescents study. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 2010, 38(5 suppl):38-51.
Bergh IH, van Stralen MM, Bjelland M, Grydeland M, Lien N, Klepp K-I, Anderssen SA, Ommundsen Y: Post-intervention effects on screen behaviours and mediating effect of parental regulation: the HEalth In Adolescents study–a multi-component school-based randomized controlled trial. BMC Public Health 2014, 14(1):1.
Grydeland M, Bjelland M, Anderssen SA, Klepp K-I, Bergh IH, Andersen LF, Ommundsen Y, Lien N: Effects of a 20- month cluster randomised controlled school-based intervention trial on BMI of school-aged boys and girls: the HEIA study. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2013:bjsports-2013-092284.
Grydeland M, Bergh IH, Bjelland M, Lien N, Andersen LF, Ommundsen Y, Klepp K-I, Anderssen SA: Intervention effects on physical activity: the HEIA study-a cluster randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2013, 10(1):1.
Bergh IH, Bjelland M, Grydeland M, Lien N, Andersen LF, Klepp K-I, Anderssen SA, Ommundsen Y: Mid-way and post-intervention effects on potential determinants of physical activity and sedentary behavior, results of the HEIA study-a multi-component school-based randomized trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2012, 9(1):1.
4 Healthy Homework (Duncan et al., 2011) [39] Duncan S, McPhee JC, Schluter PJ, Zinn C, Smith R, Schofield G: Efficacy of a compulsory homework programme for increasing physical activity and healthy eating in children: the healthy homework pilot study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2011, 8(1):1.
5 It’s Your Move! (Mathew et al., 2010) [38] Mathews LB, Moodie MM, Simmons AM, Swinburn BA: The process evaluation of It’s Your Move!, an Australian adolescent community-based obesity prevention project. BMC Public Health 2010, 10(1):1. Millar L, Robertson N, Allender S, Nichols M, Bennett C, Swinburn B: Increasing community capacity and decreasing prevalence of overweight and obesity in a community based intervention among Australian adolescents. Preventive Medicine 2013, 56(6):379-384. Millar L, Kremer P, de Silva-Sanigorski A, McCabe M, Mavoa H, Moodie M, Utter J, Bell C, Malakellis M, Mathews L: Reduction in overweight and obesity from a 3-year community-based intervention in Australia: the ‘It’s Your Move!‘project. Obesity Reviews 2011, 12(s2):20-28.
6 Nevada Moves Day (Bungum et al., 2014) [26] Bungum TJ, Clark S, Aguilar B: The effect of an active transport to school intervention at a suburban elementary school. American Journal of Health Education 2014, 45(4):205-209.
7 Ride2School (Crawford &Garrard, 2013) [7] Crawford S, Garrard J: A combined impact-process evaluation of a program promoting active transport to school: understanding the factors that shaped program effectiveness. Journal of Environmental and Public Health 2013, 2013.
8 Safe Routes to School - Eugene (McDonald et al., 2013) [27] McDonald NC, Yang Y, Abbott SM, Bullock AN: Impact of the Safe Routes to School program on walking and biking: Eugene, Oregon study. Transport Policy 2013, 29:243-248.
9 Safe Routes to School - Hawaii (Heinrich et al., 2011) [28] Heinrich KM, Dierenfield L, Alexander DA, Prose M, Peterson AC: Hawai ‘i’s Opportunity for Active Living Advancement (HO ‘ĀLA): Addressing Childhood Obesity through Safe Routes to School. Hawaii Medical Journal 2011, 70(7 suppl 1):21.
10 School Travel Planning - Canada (Buliung et al., 2011) [41] Buliung R, Faulkner G, Beesley T, Kennedy J: School travel planning: mobilizing school and community resources to encourage active school transportation. Journal of School Health 2011, 81(11):704-712.
1Ramanathan S, O’Brien C, Faulkner G, Stone M: Happiness in Motion: Emotions, Well-Being, and Active School Travel. Journal of School Health 2014, 84(8):516-523.
Mammen G, Stone MR, Faulkner G, Ramanathan S, Buliung R, O’Brien C, Kennedy J: Active school travel: an evaluation of the Canadian school travel planning intervention. Preventive Medicine 2014, 60:55-59.
11 School Travel Plans - New Zealand (Hinckson et al., 2011) [40] Hinckson EA, Garrett N, Duncan S: Active commuting to school in New Zealand children (2004-2008): a quantitative analysis. Preventive Medicine 2011, 52(5):332-336.
Hinckson EA, Badland HM: School travel plans: Preliminary evidence for changing school-related travel patterns in elementary school children. American Journal of Health Promotion 2011, 25(6):368-371.
12 Stockholm County Implementation (Elinder et al., 2012) [35] Elinder LS, Heinemans N, Hagberg J, Quetel A-K, Hagströmer M: A participatory and capacity-building approach to healthy eating and physical activity– SCIP-school: a 2-year controlled trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2012, 9(1):1.
13 Traveling Green (McMinn et al., 2012) [37] McMinn D, Rowe DA, Murtagh S, Nelson NM: The effect of a school-based active commuting intervention on children’s commuting physical activity and daily physical activity. Preventive Medicine 2012, 54(5):316- 318.
McMinn D, Rowe DA, Murtagh S, Nelson NM: The Strathclyde Evaluation of Children’s Active Travel (SE-CAT): study rationale and methods. BMC Public Health 2011, 11(1):1.
15 Walking School Bus - Houston (Mendoza et al., 2011) [30] Mendoza JA, Watson K, Baranowski T, Nicklas TA, Uscanga DK, Hanfling MJ: The walking school bus and children’s physical activity: a pilot cluster randomized controlled trial. Pediatrics 2011, 128(3):e537-e544.
Mendoza JA, Watson K, Chen T-A, Baranowski T, Nicklas TA, Uscanga DK, Hanfling MJ: Impact of a pilot walking school bus intervention on children’s pedestrian safety behaviors: A pilot study. Health & Place 2012, 18(1):24- 30.
Oreskovic NM, Blossom J, Robinson AI, Chen ML, Uscanga DK, Mendoza JA: The influence of the built environment on outcomes from a “walking school bus study”: a cross- sectional analysis using geographical information systems. Geospatial Health 2014, 9(1):37.
16 Walking School Bus - Missouri (Sayers et al., 2012) [31] Sayers SP, LeMaster JW, Thomas IM, Petroski GF, Ge B: A Walking School Bus program: impact on physical activity in elementary school children in Columbia, Missouri. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2012, 43(5):S384-S389.