Evaluation Research & Results



1047 documents found

Recommendations for Cycle Infrastructure Solutions on Hills Based on Cyclists’ Preferences

This paper aims to identify infrastructure solutions on slopes that are preferred by all kinds of cyclists.

Thu 26th Nov 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

Analysis of Bicycle Traffic on One-way Bicycle Tracks of Different Width

This study examines the behaviour of bicycle users on one-way bicycle tracks of various widths.

Wed 25th 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

Data Capture Techniques for Understanding Cyclist Route Selection: a Synthesis of the Literature

This literature review examines the methodologies through which the network-scale impact of cycling infrastructure can be assessed.

Wed 18th Nov 2015

Safety in Numbers for walkers and bicyclists: exploring the mechanisms

This commentary explores possible mechanisms that may contribute to the safety in numbers phenomenom and the implications for policy-makers.

Thu 5th 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

Estimating Welfare Change Associated with Improvements in Urban Bicycling Facilities

This study estimates welfare change as willingness to pay (WTP) for improvements in bicycling facilities using several different methods to value travel time.

Tue 3rd Nov 2015

Do characteristics of walkable environments support bicycling?

Does walkability equate with bikeability? Through a comprehensive review of studies of the built environment and bicycling, including mode choice, route choice, safety, and urban design literature, this paper addresses this question.

Sun 1st Nov 2015