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Traffic Dynamics of Bicycle Flow: Experiment and Modeling

This research carries out experimental studies on bicycle flow on a 146 meters long circular road and on an on-ramp system.

Wed 10th Aug 2016

Exploring the Role of Cost-Benefit Analysis In the Evaluation of Urban Cycling

This paper provides insight into the evaluation of urban cycling through the use of cost-benefit analysis.

Wed 10th Aug 2016

Bikeshare Trip Generation in New York City

This study examined the determinants of the bikeshare station usage in New York using a fine-grained approach. 


Thu 28th Jul 2016

Can transit-oriented developments help achieve the recommended weekly level of physical activity?

This study aims to describe travel behavior of residents in Transit-oriented developments (TODs) and its impacts on levels of physical activity through utilitarian trips (i.e., routine trips to school, work and grocery shopping).


Thu 28th Jul 2016

Exploring the link between the neighborhood typologies, bicycle infrastructure and commuting cycling

This paper investigates the evolution of urban cycling in Montreal, Canada and its link to both built environment indicators and bicycle infrastructure accessibility. The effect of new cycling infrastructure on transport-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is then explored. 


Tue 26th Jul 2016

US Traffic Safety Facts: Bicyclists and Other Cyclists

This fact sheet provides data on cycling crashes in the US over the past 10 years.  The data is presented with regard for various factors such as Environmental Characteristics, Time of Day and Day of Week, Age and Gender, Alcohol Involvement, Vehicle Type and Impact Point, and Location.


Tue 26th Jul 2016

Evaluation of the Veloway 1: A natural experiment of new bicycle infrastructure in Brisbane, Aust.

This study examined the behavioural impact of a new segment of a dedicated bikeway (Veloway 1 Stage C) that links southern suburbs with Brisbane city centre.

Thu 14th Jul 2016

Designing a Bicycle and Pedestrian Traffic Count Program to Estimate Performance Measures

This paper outlines the development and deployment of a systematic non-motorised traffic (i.e., bicycle and pedestrian) monitoring campaign in a small, rural college town (Blacksburg, VA).

Wed 13th Jul 2016

Pursuing Equity in Pedestrian and Bicycle Planning

The purpose of this paper is to define transportation equity-related terms, synthesize and highlight recent research findings related to the travel needs of traditionally underserved populations ; and share strategies, practices and resources to address bicycle and pedestrian planning inequities.


Wed 13th Jul 2016

Revisiting the Four Types of Cyclists: Findings from a National Survey

This paper asks how applicable Roger Gellers "4 types of cyclist" typology is nationally, and explores motivating factors, barriers and the appeal of various bicycle facility types for each type of cyclist or potential cyclist.


Fri 8th Jul 2016