Visibility of Two-Wheelers Approaching Left-Turning Vehicles Compared with Other Hazards
The aim of this study was to evaluate the visibility of two-wheelers encountered by left-turning motorists at urban intersections under nighttime conditions, and compare them with other hazards.
Tue 14th Mar 2017
How Representative of Bicycling Populations Are Smartphone Application Surveys of Travel Behavior?
This study examined the characteristics of several user samples from bicycle smartphone application deployments in North America.
Fri 10th Mar 2017
Estimating Current and Potential Bicycle Use for Statewide Planning
This paper describes a geographic information system–based analysis that categorizes state-owned highways across Vermont on the basis of potential bicycle use.
Thu 9th Mar 2017
Modeling Bicycling to Elementary and Junior High Schools with Bike Rack Counts
The purpose of this study was to develop a model with aggregated school-level data of the factors associated with bicycling to elementary and junior high schools and to examine the effectiveness of this model in predicting bicycling to school.
Wed 8th Mar 2017
User Behavior of Bikesharing Systems Under Demand–Supply Imbalance
This study developed a framework for modeling user behavior in response to the situation where a bicycle is not available at a given site, or a spare slot is not available to dock a bicycle at a given site.
Wed 1st Mar 2017
Modeling Route Choice of Utilitarian Bikeshare Users with GPS Data
This study analysed facility use and route choice behavior. The results were compared between two categories of bikeshare users: registered users and casual users.
Tue 28th Feb 2017
Impact of a Road Diet on Bicycling in Davis, California
This study sought to document the benefits for pedestrians and bicyclists of a road diet project in Davis, California.
Wed 22nd Feb 2017
The battle of cyclists against pedestrians and car drivers at the urban environment.
The main hypothesis of the paper is that cyclists tend to blame primarily car drivers, for the conflict events they have experienced with cars, but they do not have the same intention for the conflict events with pedestrians.
Fri 17th Feb 2017
Particulates and noise exposure during bicycle, bus and car commuting
This study measured personal exposure to various-sized particulates, soot, and noise during commuting by bicycle, bus and car in three European cities.
Wed 15th Feb 2017
Health-Related Life Choices
This chapter makes a review of health behavior and health-related quality of life with respect to health lifestyle habits, health promotion activities, active and non-active travel behavior, park usage, residential environment, and urban infrastructure.