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Pedestrians and Cyclists: Cities, States and DOTs are Implementing Actions to Improve safety

The United States Government Accountability Office analyzed Department of Transportation data on pedestrian and cyclist fatalities and injuries from 2004 through 2013 and examined the work done to improve the safety of pedestrians and cyclists.


Wed 20th Jan 2016

Exploring switch tendency between cyclists and non-cyclists using market segmentation approach

This research examines the switch tendencies between cyclists and non-cyclists by using the market segmentation approach.


Thu 14th Jan 2016

Moving Toward Active Transportation: How Policies Can Encourage Walking and Bicycling

This research review updates the Active Living Research (ALR) brief on active travel and the links between active travel and public health.  To assess the state of knowledge in this vast and dynamic field, the study examined peer-reviewed scholarly review articles published between 2009 and 2015.


Wed 13th Jan 2016

Trends and Trajectories: The Global Future of the Bicycle

This chapter examines global trends in bicycle sales and social structures to predict ongoing trends in the bicycle industry and culture.


Fri 8th Jan 2016

Evaluating Walking and Biking to Transit Using a Mixed Logit Mode Choice Model

This study assesses the effects of various bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure integration with transit on individual mode choice and predict the mode share outcomes of select infrastructure improvements and policies. 


Thu 7th Jan 2016

Satisfaction with transport and enjoyment of the commute by commuting mode in inner Sydney

This exploratory study seeks to examine the associations of both satisfaction with transport and enjoyment from the commute to work or study by commute mode in an Australian inner city context where transport mode choices are readily available.


Wed 6th Jan 2016

From Cycleway to Urbanism: Planning for Coastal Cycleway

This research draws upon an idea of the Great Harbour Way (GHW) - Te Aranui o Poneke, initiated by group of walkers and cyclists being a concept to develop and market a 75km shared pedestrian and cycle path around the shoreline of Wellington Harbour.


Wed 6th Jan 2016

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

Travel mode choice as collective action: The collective calculus of the self-interested traveler

This paper develops and applies a model of mode choice that includes a collectively-interested decision calculus in addition to self-interest calculus as commonly used in travel behavior modeling.


Thu 24th Dec 2015

Practitioner survey and measurement error in manual bicycle and pedestrian count programs

The purposes of this study were to investigate why communities are performing manual counts and estimate the degree of measurement error associated with conducting manual counts.


Fri 18th Dec 2015