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Does The Installation of Bicycle Boulevards Improve Residents’ Perceptions of Bicycling and Walking

This study aims to evaluate the effects of the traffic-calming infrastructure, bicycle boulevards, on improving residents’ perceptions of the bicycling and walking environment. 


Tue 4th Aug 2015

Adoption of Safe Routes to School in Canadian and the United States Contexts

This article is the first attempt to examine safe routes to school at the state/provincial/city level to understand key adoption strategies using a realist approach


Wed 22nd Jul 2015

The Dutch road to a high level of cycling safety

This paper explores how the Netherlands achieved an 80% reduction in the number of cyclists killed (predominantly bicycle–motor vehicle crashes) per billion bicycle kilometres over a thirty year period. 


Wed 8th Jul 2015

A Bicycle Network Analysis Tool for Planning Applications in Small Communities

This research develops network analysis tools for estimating bicycle trips in small communities with limited resources.


Tue 7th Jul 2015

Impact of Safe Routes to School programs on walking and biking

This research review highlights findings from studies conducted in several states and cities that have examined walking or biking rates, safety, and economic issues associated with Safe Routes to School programs.


Tue 7th Jul 2015

Safe Cycling Network Assessment Tool

This  Safe Cycling Network tool can be used to asses the safety of bicycle infrastructure and was partly based on the international  EuroRAP instrument.


Thu 2nd Jul 2015

Changes in mode of travel to work: a natural experimental study of new transport infrastructure

The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of a major transport infrastructure project on commuters’ mode of travel, trip frequency and distance travelled to work.


Wed 1st Jul 2015

The politics of bike lanes on the ‘Paseo Boricua’ in Chicago, Illinois

This paper seeks to explore the dynamic ways that community members and city planners make sense of bike infrastructure development in Chicago, Illinois.


Wed 1st Jul 2015

Multiple Criteria Bicycle Route Assessment

This paper integrates demand, supply and stakeholder perceptions into a spatial decision support system for use in Christchurch, New Zealand.


Wed 10th Jun 2015

The bicycle: mass urban transportation - a paradigm shift

This study looks at factors that are contributing to a change in attitudes regarding bicycle transport both in terms of public opinion and the attitudes of city officials.


Wed 10th Jun 2015