Equipment Research & Results



214 documents found

Correlation Model between Speed and Density of Electric Bicycles at Signalised Intersections

This study aims to explore the characteristics of electric bicycles at urban intersections by modelling the relationship between speed and density.

Wed 11th Mar 2015

Big Data Analysis of Population Flow between TfL Oyster and Bicycle Hire Networks in London

This study seeks to undertake an initial analysis of the likely flow of people between the Tube to bicycle hire network in London.

Tue 10th Mar 2015

Effects of e-bikes on bicycle use and mode share

This study compares the distance cycled by a control group of riders and a group who were given an e-bike to use for a limited period of time.

Tue 10th Mar 2015

The multiple impacts of the neighbourhood environment on the use of public bicycles by residents

The purpose of this study is to analyse the effects of neighbourhood environments on the use of public bicycles by residents based on a case study from Changwon, one of the world's leading cities in terms of its public bicycle system.

Mon 16th Feb 2015

A combined destination and route choice model for a bicycle sharing system

This paper studies the supply variables that influence the destination and route choices of users of a bicycle sharing system in the Chilean city of Santiago.

Wed 4th Feb 2015

Electric Bicycle Use and Mode Choice in the Netherlands

Through a revealed preference approach, this study surveyed users from all over the Netherlands, collecting demographic information, details about their electric bike, usage patterns, and a one-day travel diary.

Thu 22nd Jan 2015

Applying the Theory of Planned Behavior to Understand the Intentions to Use Bike-Sharing for Holiday

This study explored the behavioral factors underlying tourist intentions to use urban bikesharing for recreational cycling while on holiday.

Fri 16th Jan 2015

Application Of Genetic Algorithms In Optimizing The Logistics Network In A Bicycle Delivery System

This paper describes the development of a genetic algorithm for optimizing the location of multiple transit nodes in logistics networks.

Thu 15th Jan 2015

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

Validation of Bicycle Counts from Pneumatic Tube Counters in Mixed Traffic Flows

This paper reports findings from research by Hennepin County, the Minnesota Department of Transportation, and the University of Minnesota to validate the use of commercially available pneumatic tube counters to count bicycles in mixed traffic flows on urban roadways.

Tue 13th Jan 2015