Encouragement Case Studies



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Smarter Travel @ Work

This program addresses the different needs of specific workplaces and their employees. It is cost efficient for the authority as most of the cost is carried by the workplaces themselves. The role of the authority is principally as a facilitator and information manager.

Bicycle Network Maps

Bicycle network maps act to encourage and promote cycling. When using any transport system the ability to understand the network you are using and plan your trip with confidence is essential.

Ten Cycle to Work Encouragement Program

The Ten Cycle to Work program recruits 10 staff members from Liverpool Hospital who currently drive to work but are interested in cycling to work.  The aim is to support and encourage these people to try to achieve a high retention rate that will indicate the potential for behaviour change.

Share the Path

Providing dedicated space for bicycles within the road reserve can often prove challenging. As a result shared paths are increasingly being designated in order to provide an environment in which bike riders of all ages and aptitudes can feel safe. For pedestrians and bike riders alike sharing a path can be an unfamiliar experience with unclear behavioural norms. Share the Path seeks to engage and educate the varied users of shared paths to minimise potential conflict and improve relations while also promoting cycling.

Cycling 100 - Cycle to Work Incentive Program

The Cycling 100 program was devised and implemented by the Public Transport Authority of Western Australia to encourage its train drivers to cycle to/from work, or for fitness and recreation.