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Growing from incipient to potentially large cycle networks

This paper proposes a practice-ready method to be implemented for screening the existing road network to potentially rearrange the existing carriageway and accommodate a cycling network in urban areas with such characteristics.

Thu 19th Jan 2017

The Effect of Sharrows, Painted Bicycle Lanes and Physically Protected Paths on Safety

This study looked at the Effect of Sharrows, Painted Bicycle Lanes and Physically Protected Paths on the Severity of Bicycle Injuries Caused by Motor Vehicles.

Thu 19th Jan 2017

Expanding Bicycle-Sharing Systems: Lessons Learnt from an Analysis of Usage

The objective of this study is to explore the impact of the expansion of a bicycle-sharing system on the usage of the system. This was conducted for a bicycle-sharing system in Zhongshan (China), using operational usage data of different years following system expansion.

Wed 18th Jan 2017

A Method to Assess Sustainable Mobility for Sustainable Tourism

This paper analyses the public bike share systems (PBS) in Spain through sentiment analysis of Social Media data (TripAdvisor, Twitter and Facebook) with opinions of residents and visitors, identifying positive and negative factors and their potential impact on sustainable tourism and transport.

Thu 12th Jan 2017

Bicycle Infrastructure and Traffic Congestion: Evidence from DC’s Capital Bikeshare

This study explores the impact of bicycle-sharing infrastructure on urban transportation.

Thu 12th Jan 2017

Modelling speed–flow relationships for bicycle traffic flow

This research aimed to develop speed–flow relationships for heterogeneous bicycle traffic flow, incorporating the factors of bicycle type and characteristics of cyclists such as percentages of electric bicycles (EBs), male cyclists, elderly cyclists and cyclists carrying loads.

Thu 12th Jan 2017

Walking, riding, and driving, or walking, walking, walking for our health

The essay reviews books on how the transportation industry is directly and indirectly shaping our health. It also reports on how to improve cities for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit.

Wed 11th Jan 2017

A cross-sectional study on commute mode choice and intention to change

This study focuses on the role of social, transport, place, and self-identities on commute mode choice and intention to change mode choice.

Wed 11th Jan 2017

Infrastructure development : bicycle-based Transit-Oriented-Development (TOD)

This presentation illustrates that the positive effects of bicycle-based Transit-Oriented Development on the viability of a public transport service, through decreased feeder service reliance, could far outweigh the costs of the cycling infrastructure.

Fri 6th Jan 2017

Mapping cycling patterns and trends using Strava Metro data in the city of Johannesburg

The dataset presented in this paper illustrates the spatial and temporal coverage of cycling patterns and trends in Johannesburg for the year 2014 derived from the geolocation based mobile application Strava.

Wed 4th Jan 2017