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DUI histories in intoxicated injured bicyclists

This study examined the histories of intoxicated injured bicyclists by collecting data on injured bicyclists older than 18 years with positive blood alcohol content levels treated from the period January 2009 to June 2014 at a large Level 1 urban trauma center.

Wed 7th Sep 2016

The effect of non-recreational transport cycling on use of other transport modes

This study focusses on cycling for transport in a general context (as opposed to bikeshare), also allowing for multi-modal trips. The influence of trip- and personal-characteristics on whether cycling replaces car-driving has also been considered. 


Wed 24th Aug 2016

Exposure assessment of a cyclist to particles and chemical elements

The objective of this work was to assess the exposure of a cyclist to particles and to chemical elements by combining real-time aerosol mass concentration reading equipment and biomonitoring techniques.


Tue 23rd Aug 2016

A Review of Equity in Active Transportation

The paper primarily contributes to the limited body of knowledge in this field by establishing a working definition for active transportation equity, identifying limitations in research and in practice, and developing a set of recommendations for planners and researchers. 


Tue 23rd Aug 2016

Understanding the multiple dimensions of transportation disadvantage

This paper reports on a study that combined quantitative Census data with qualitative field data collected in interviews and focus groups, to better understand which individuals may in fact be transportation-disadvantaged, and which personal and household factors or environmental conditions correlate with concentrations of transportation-disadvantaged populations.


Tue 23rd Aug 2016

Characterisation of and reflections on the synergy of bicycles and public transport

This research argues that combined use of the bicycle and public transport should be understood in a broad perspective, especially where bicycles link to higher speed and higher capacity public transport, such as the train.


Mon 22nd Aug 2016

Estimating Potential Demand of Bicycle Trips from Mobile Phone Data—An Anchor-Point Based Approach

This study uses a large-scale mobile phone dataset to estimate potential demand of bicycle trips in a city.

Fri 19th Aug 2016

Effects of Adapted Tricycles on QoL, Activities, and Participation in Children with Special Needs

The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of AmTrykes on health-related quality of life (HRQOL), participation, function, and physical activity in children with special needs.

Wed 17th Aug 2016

Economic Benefits of Increased Cycling

The paper summarises how cycling as a mode of transport is a factor of economic growth and provides social benefits.

Thu 11th Aug 2016

Modeling Seasonal and Weather Impacts on Cycling Count

This study uses Seattle cyclist count data to quantify cycling trend and examine their relationship between seasonal and weather factors.

Thu 11th Aug 2016