Improving Pedestrian and Bicycle Connectivity During Rehabilitation of Existing Bridges
The purpose of this white paper is to acknowledge pedestrian and bicycle considerations in bridge design, bridge rehabilitation projects and to share case studies of improved bicycle and pedestrian connections.
Wed 12th Oct 2016
We can all get along: The alignment of driver and bicyclist roadway design preferences
This paper presents results from an internet survey examining perceived comfort while driving and bicycling on various roadways among 265 non-bicycling drivers, bicycling drivers, and non-driving bicyclists in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Thu 8th Sep 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
Bike Network Mapping Idea Book
This resource highlights ways that different communities have mapped their existing and proposed bicycle networks.
Thu 11th Aug 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
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
Improving safety for people who cycle on rural roads
This study aimed to determine how to cost-effectively improve safety for people who cycle on low-volume rural roads in New Zealand.
Tue 21st Jun 2016
Measuring stress levels for real-world on-road cyclists
This research effort presents a novel approach to measure cyclists’ stress: real-world, on-road measurements of physiological stress as cyclists travel across different types of bicycle facilities in various traffic volumes.
Thu 19th May 2016
Model-based predictive control for bicycling in urban intersections
In this paper, a model predictive control approach for improving the efficiency of bicycling as part of intermodal transportation systems is proposed.
Wed 11th May 2016
Mode Substitution Effect of Urban Cycle Tracks
This study explored the potential impact of cycle tracks (i.e., physically separated bicycle lane within a street right-of-way) on short-term travel mode substitution behaviour.