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Analysis of Red-Light Running Behaviors of Bicycle Riders at Signalized Bicycle Crossing Facilities

The primary objective of this study is to analyze the characteristics of red-light running behaviors of electric bicycles and conventional bicycles at signalized bicycle crossing facilities. 


Mon 18th Aug 2014

The effects of cyclists present at rural intersections on speed behaviour and workload of car driver

This study aims to gain insight into how the number of cyclists, the cyclist's approach direction and the cyclist's action affect speed and mental workload of drivers approaching rural intersections.


Wed 13th Aug 2014

Principle Cycle Network Validation and Ground Truthing

This project aimed to identify sections of the South-East Queensland Principle Cycle Network which are deficient.


Sat 2nd Aug 2014

New Walking and Cycling Routes and Increased Physical Activity

This study evaluates the effects of providing new high-quality, traffic-free routes for walking and cycling on overall levels of walking, cycling, and physical activity.


Fri 1st Aug 2014

Recommended Bicycle Lane Widths for Various Roadway Characteristics

This research presents an analysis of the research and design guidance for bicycle lane widths on existing travel lane widths and parking lane widths. The conclusions are most applicable to urban and suburban roadways with level grade and a posted speed limit of 30 mph and should be used cautiously for the design of roadways with motor vehicle speeds outside of the range of 25 to 35 mph, and in particular for higher-speed roadways.


Thu 31st Jul 2014

A Review and Meta-Analyses of the Potential Local Economic Impact of Tourism and Leisure Cycling

Through a systematic review and meta-analyses of worldwide evidence, this article provides estimates for spend per person per day of overnight (£43.33), non-overnight (£7.95), and all (£13.38) tourism and leisure cyclists. 


Thu 31st Jul 2014

Assessing Usage of Rural Cycle Ways: A Case Study of the Hauraki Cycle Trail

This research note discusses measurement issues involved in an assessment of economic impacts of a cycle trail based on counts of users with reference to the Hauraki Cycle Trail located in North Island, New Zealand.


Thu 31st Jul 2014

On the way to a multi-modal energy-efficient route

This paper presents a flexible and expandable routing framework capable of finding multi-modal and inter-modal energy-efficient routes incorporating, among others, transportation modes such as public transport, electric vehicles, car-sharing, bike-sharing and walking.


Tue 15th Jul 2014

New Walking and Cycling Routes and Increased Physical Activity

This study evaluates the effects of providing new high-quality, traffic-free routes for walking and cycling on overall levels of walking, cycling, and physical activity.


Thu 10th Jul 2014

Lessons from the Green Lanes: Evaluating Protected Bike Lanes in the U.S.

This report presents finding from research evaluating U.S. protected bicycle lanes (cycle tracks) in terms of their use, perception, benefits, and impacts.


Wed 9th Jul 2014