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From Cycleway to Urbanism: Planning for Coastal Cycleway

This research draws upon an idea of the Great Harbour Way (GHW) - Te Aranui o Poneke, initiated by group of walkers and cyclists being a concept to develop and market a 75km shared pedestrian and cycle path around the shoreline of Wellington Harbour.


Wed 6th Jan 2016

Does cycling infrastructure investment mirror gentrification and privilege in Portland and Chicago

This research assesses the geographic distribution of 8 cycling infrastructure with regard to community demographic characteristics to better assess claims that cycling investment arrives in tandem with incoming populations of privilege or is targeted towards neighborhoods with existing wealth.


Wed 16th Dec 2015

Unraveling the Modal Impacts of Bikesharing

This survey looks at the demographics of bicycle share systems and how they interact with public transport services.


Tue 15th Dec 2015

Growing Cycling Tourism in Victoria

This research provides information on the motivators and barriers to cycling tourism in Australia and its potential for growth in Victoria.


Fri 11th Dec 2015

Learning from Positive Examples of Cycling Promotion

This chapter seems to highlight the subtle ways in which the storyline of "separation" came to hinder cycling promotion, while at the same time showing how a new coalition of actors argueing for "integration" came to the contest and transformed ideas concerning "separation" in transport policy".


Fri 11th Dec 2015

A critical examination of cycling policies in Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, and Auckland

This dissertation examines the cycling-friendly policies and infrastructure of Auckland, Buenos Aires, and Copenhagen as well as additional transport policies that might influence cycling.


Wed 2nd Dec 2015

Investigation of the Role of Pre-Transport in Travelers’ Transportation Mode Choice

The study used a stated preference experiment to collect data of travelers transportation mode choice and see which characteristics of the journeys affect transportation mode choice the most. Time and monetary cost related characteristics proved to be the most important in transportation mode choice.


Tue 1st Dec 2015

The Influence of Train Stations’ Environment on Travelers’ Origin Station Choice Behaviour

The purpose of this research is to determine the influence of the surrounding environment of train stations on Dutch travelers’ origin train station choice behavior.


Fri 27th Nov 2015

Data Capture Techniques for Understanding Cyclist Route Selection: a Synthesis of the Literature

This literature review examines the methodologies through which the network-scale impact of cycling infrastructure can be assessed.


Wed 18th Nov 2015

Safety in Numbers for walkers and bicyclists: exploring the mechanisms

This commentary explores possible mechanisms that may contribute to the safety in numbers phenomenom and the implications for policy-makers.


Thu 5th Nov 2015