Cyclists’ exposure to air pollution and road traffic noise in central city neighbourhoods of Montrea
The objective of this research is to evaluate cyclists' exposure to air pollution and noise in central city neighbourhoods of Montreal and to identify the impact of exposure to local factors such as weather conditions, the day and time, the type of road, bicycle path or lane used.
Thu 1st Dec 2016
Auditory localisation of conventional and electric cars: implications for cycling safety
This laboratory study examined auditory localisation of conventional and electric cars including vehicle motion paths relevant for cycling activity.
Thu 17th Nov 2016
How cyclist behavior affects bicycle accident configurations
This study shows how road user behavior influences each step in the chain of events leading to an accident.
Wed 16th Nov 2016
A hazard-perception test for cycling children
In this work, a first hazard perception test for bicyclists has been developed and tested on both adults and children of eight years old.
Thu 13th Oct 2016
Bicyclists’ visual strategies when conducting self-paced vs. system-paced smartphone tasks
The aim of this study is to investigate visual behaviour of cyclists when conducting self-paced vs. system-paced smartphone tasks in traffic.
Wed 12th Oct 2016
Using naturalistic data to assess e-cyclist behavior
This study sought to assess the suitability of infrastructure and regulations designed for non-electric bicycles but used by people riding e-bicycles.
Thu 22nd Sep 2016
Requirements towards sustainable future urban mobility in Germany
This paper examines different mobility studies and statistics on the preference of transport modes in order to identify requirements towards a sustainable future urban mobility.
Thu 15th Sep 2016
Evaluating bicyclists’ risk perception using video clips
This study investigates the risk perception of bicyclists in a city environment, comparing the difference between frequent and infrequent bicyclists.
Wed 14th Sep 2016
The usefulness of GPS bicycle tracking data for evaluating the impact of infrastructure change
This study assessed the usefulness of a smartphone GPS tracking system for evaluating the impact of this strategy on cycling behaviour.
Wed 14th Sep 2016
“I’d rather bike to school!”: Profiling children who would prefer to cycle to school
This study examines the concordance between children׳s preferred and actual school travel mode, and compared children who are driven to or from school but who would prefer to cycle with those who prefer to be driven.