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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

Do characteristics of walkable environments support bicycling?

Does walkability equate with bikeability? Through a comprehensive review of studies of the built environment and bicycling, including mode choice, route choice, safety, and urban design literature, this paper addresses this question.


Sun 1st Nov 2015

Do characteristics of walkable environments support bicycling?

Through a comprehensive review of studies of the built environment and bicycling, including mode choice, route choice, safety, and urban design literature, this paper addresses the question of whether walkability equates with bikeability.


Wed 23rd Sep 2015

Cycling as best practice for urban renovation.

This paper analysis urban cycling as a fundamental element of sustainable mobility using a case study of Genoa, Italy.


Thu 3rd Sep 2015

The spatio-temporal development of Copenhagen’s bicycle infrastructure 1912–2013

This study documents the spatio-temporal development of Copenhagen’s bicycle infrastructure and explores how the development corresponds to other processes of urban transformation.


Wed 5th Aug 2015

How does the spatial context shape conditions for car dependency?

This paper analyses how the spatial context shapes conditions for car dependency, specifically focusing on the case of the Netherlands.


Wed 5th Aug 2015

Environmental barriers and enablers to physical activity participation among rural adults

This Tasmanian study interviewed adults about their experiences of living in rural environments and factors that relate to physical activity participation, finding some similarities and some differences to their urban counterparts.


Thu 23rd Jul 2015

Promotion of Active Transportation among State Departments of Transportation in the US

This research examines how and why state departments of transportation adopt policies that support active transportation.


Wed 22nd Jul 2015

What Tempe Bicycle Advocates Can Learn from the Dutch

Through a series of interviews and surveys, this study investigates what causes such high bicycling rates in Groningen and applies these findings to Tempe.


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