Investigating the mobility habits of electric bike owners through GPS data
This paper investigates the mobility habits of electric bike owners in the city of Ghent (Belgium). Through GPS tracking, the research analyses the mobility habits (route choice, travel distance, time spent, speed) during the week of some e-bike users.
Mon 4th Jan 2016
Pediatric Facial Trauma from Bicycling.
The objectives of this study included estimating the incidence of emergency department (ED) visits for bicycle-related facial trauma among the pediatric population and detailing injury patterns.
Thu 17th Dec 2015
Unraveling the Modal Impacts of Bikesharing
This survey looks at the demographics of bicycle share systems and how they interact with public transport services.
Tue 15th Dec 2015
Cargo Bikes as a Growth Area for Bicycle vs. Auto Trips
The survey queried how use and travel dynamics of characteristics with the hypothesis that cargo bike ownership has the potential to contribute to mode substitution behavior.
Fri 11th Dec 2015
Using Bikeshare Datasets to Improve Urban Cycling Experience and Research Urban Cycling Behaviour
This chapter looks at methods for utilising datasets generated by bike share schemes to improve urban cycling experience and to research urban cycling behaviour.
Fri 11th Dec 2015
Bicycle helmet wearing can increase risk taking and sensation seeking in adults
This study looked at risk-taking and sensation seeking behaviour exhibited by people riding bicycle with and without a helmet.
Thu 26th Nov 2015
The relationship between public and private bicycle use: the case of Seville
This paper aims to cover the gap about the interaction between both systems (public bicycle / private bicycle) and which are the key aspects to explain the bicycle-buying decision.
Fri 20th Nov 2015
Bicycling injury hospitalisation rates in Canadian jurisdictions
The purpose of this study was to calculate exposure-based bicycling hospitalisation rates in Canadian jurisdictions with different helmet legislation and bicycling mode shares, and to examine whether the rates were related to these differences
Thu 19th Nov 2015
Bicycle travel, injury risk and conspicuity: Findings from a PhD project in New Zealand
This paper provides an overview of bicycle travel, injury risk and conspicuity in New Zealand, based on the findings of a PhD research project conducted in 2008-14.
Wed 4th Nov 2015
Predicting Public Bicycle Adoption Using the Technology Acceptance Model
This research uses the technology acceptance model as the basis to understand one’s intention to adopt bicycle sharing programs.