This guide explores how organisations can prepare for more of their staff (and visitors) arriving by bicycle, how to run a successful bicycle fleet, and common pitfalls to avoid.
The NACTO Bike Share Station Siting Guide provides high-level guidance on physical bike share station siting types and principles. Selecting good individual station locations while maintaining walkable distances between stations throughout the system can maximise ridership and increase safety.
This guide evaluates international best practice in bike-share, helps to bridge the divide between developing and developed countries’ experiences to provide guidance on planning and implementing a successful bike-share system regardless of the location, size, or density of your city.
Collection of Cycle Concepts 2012 is not intended to be a summary of Danish road standards, but to provide inspiration and motivation for creating more and safer bicycle traffic – in Denmark as well as the rest of the world.
This gudie explores the evolution of bike sharing in the US, defines success factors, examines funding models, explains demographic and geographic trends affecting the implementation of programs, recommends a step-by-step approach for implementation in cities in the start-up phase, and discusses measures to increase demand and expansion of existing programs.
The Australian Design Rules definitions were amended in May 2012 to include Pedelecs. Pedelecs are defined as 'a vehicle meeting European Committee for Standardization EN 15194:2009 or EN 15194:2009+A1:2011 Cycles - Electrically power assisted cycles - EPAC Bicycles'.
This handbook gives comprehensive advice for all three stages in the lifetime of a Bicycle Share Scheme: Planning, Implementation, and Optimisation.
The New Zealand code for cyclists is a user-friendly guide to New Zealand’s traffic law and safe driving practices published by the NZ Transport Agency.
This report aims provide guidance to councils seeking ways to support active transport as a means of promoting positive environmental and health outcomes in their communities.