Encouragement Research & Results



123 documents found

Designing Sustainable Cities Based on Next Generation’s Cycling Ridership Demand

The aim of this paper is to develop a mode to school choice model to quantitatively evaluate the impact of various bicycle services and facilities on adolescents’ mode choice behavior.

Thu 15th Jan 2015

Evaluation of the Safe Routes to Transit Program in California

This paper elaborates on findings from an evaluation of the San Francisco Bay Area’s Safe 3 Routes to Transit (SR2T) program, which funded enhancements to increase walking and cycling 4 to regional transit stations.

Thu 1st Jan 2015

Shifting from car to active transport: A systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions

This study reviewed the effectiveness of interventions designed to stimulate a shift from car use to cycling or walking and to obtain insight into the intervention tools that have been used.

Tue 2nd Dec 2014

Investigating the effects of perception, consciousness and comfortability on the purpose of biking

This paper provides an empirical basis for the evaluation of policies and programs that can increase the usage of bikes for different purposes as well as bike ownership.

Thu 20th Nov 2014

Travel Habit Formation and Decay During an Office Relocation

This study looks at travel behaviour before and after an office relocation and examines whether short term changes become long-term ones.

Tue 18th Nov 2014

A discrete-event simulation model to estimate the number of participants in the ciclovia program

This paper proposes a discrete-event simulation model to estimate the number of participants in the Bogota Cyclovia program.

Thu 13th Nov 2014

An Evaluation of the Safety Impacts of Safe Routes to School Bicycle Education Programs

This study evaluates the effectiveness of Safe Routes to School programs with in-school bicycle education at reducing the crash rate and improving the safety of children and youth cyclists.

Fri 7th Nov 2014

Understanding Walking and Cycling

This report provides a summary of the aims, methods and key findings arising from a three year EPSRC-funded research project on the role of walking and cycling for everyday travel in English urban areas.

Mon 29th Sep 2014

Use and activity levels on newly built bicycle playgrounds

This study examines how three bicycle playgrounds are used and explores how users experience the areas.  This study was designed as a combination of systematic observations, using the System for Observing Play and Recreation in Communities (SOPARC), and short on-site interviews with ‘typical users’.

Fri 26th Sep 2014

Active Commuting by Bicycle: Results of an Educational Intervention Study

The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness of an educational intervention on active commuting by bicycle.

Fri 22nd Aug 2014