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The Value of Cycling

This report was commissioned to provide a review of the literature on the value of cycling. It focuses on evidence of the wider economic benefi ts of cycling as a mode of transport, such as retail revenue, employment effects, and public spending effi ciencies


Wed 9th Mar 2016

Factors Influencing Variability in the Usage of Secure Bicycle Parking at Railway Stations

This study investigated the factors that may influence the level of use of secure bicycle parking at railway stations in Melbourne, Australia.


Thu 11th Feb 2016

An Exploratory Study of Electric Bicycle Use by San Francisco Bay Area Families

This study focuses on family users of electric bikes, including electrified cargo bikes to learn how e-bikes are substituted for a family car.


Tue 2nd Feb 2016

The effect of active travel interventions conducted in work settings on driving to work

The objective of this study is to systematically assess the effectiveness of active travel interventions, only including randomised controlled trials or controlled longitudinal studies, conducted in a work setting for increasing employee physical activity levels and decreasing relatively inactive forms of transport (e.g. driving) to inform interventions promoting active travel.


Thu 28th Jan 2016

Performance Evaluation and Correction Functions for Automated Pedestrian and Bicycle Counting

In this paper, accuracy and precision rates are tested for six automated pedestrian and bicycle counting technologies: passive infrared, active infrared, radio beam, pneumatic tubes, inductive loops, and piezoelectric strips.


Thu 28th Jan 2016

Built environment and mode choice relationship for commute travel in the city of Rajkot, India

This study provides empirical evidence on the relation between built environment and mode choice in context of the Indian city of Rajkot. Using personal interview data and data available from Rajkot Municipal Corporation it is observed that there is a strong tendency among Rajkot residents to preselect their residential location to suit their modal preferences.


Tue 26th Jan 2016

Effect of environmental perceptions on bicycle travelers’ decision-making process

 this study was designed to investigate the formation of bike travelers’ decisions by extending the model of goal-directed behavior (MGB). Specifically, this study incorporated two vital constructs in bicycle tourism, namely environmental connectedness and environmental behavior, into the MGB framework.


Thu 21st Jan 2016

Opportunity Costing Methodology for the Assessment of the Climate Value of Cycling

 This research aims to use the spatial version of the opportunity costing methodology which assigns a value to a bicycle kilometre travelled based on the stated substitution mode for that trip by the cyclists.


Thu 21st Jan 2016

The Potential for Dramatically Increasing Bicycle and E-bike Use in Cities around the World

This report examines the future of cycling for urban transportation and the potential contribution it could make to mobility as well as sustainability. A dramatic increase in cycling could save society US$24 trillion cumulatively between 2015 and 2050 and cut carbon dioxide emissions from urban passenger transport by nearly 11 percent in 2050. 


Thu 21st Jan 2016

Air pollutant exposure and inhaled dose during urban commuting

The aim of this study is to assess and map the exposure of travelers to air pollutants using different transportation modes and to consider minute ventilation variablity and travel duration for the calculation of inhaled dose.


Thu 21st Jan 2016