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Bicycle-Friendly Cities – The Relevance of Urban Form and Infrastructure

Source: Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI)
This report analyzes the extent to which urban form and the design of the transport system can explain the level of cycling.
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Pedestrians’ Valuations of Footpaths

Source: Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute (VTI)
This report considers how cost-benefit analyses can explain the extent to which different improvements in the walking environment can affect people's decisions to walk on certain routes.
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At the Frontiers of Cycling

Source: World Transport Policy & Practice
The focus in each case study is on the wide range of integrated, mutually supporting policies and programs that are used to promote cycling.
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Identifying Risk Factors for Cyclists in the Australian Capital Territory

Source: Monash University Accident Research Centre
This report examines the behavior of cyclists and their interactions with drivers in order to identify strategies for improving cyclist safety.
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Making Walking and Cycling Safer

Source: Transportation Quarterly, Vol. 54, No. 3
This document outlines programs in Germany and the Netherlands that have improved mobility through non-motorized modes of transportation.
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Low Cost Interventions to Encourage Cycling

Source: Austroads
This report contains 15 case studies showcasing low cost interventions that have successfully encouraged cycling in Australia and New Zealand.
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Cycling Infrastructure

Source: Austroads
This report contains 29 case studies showcasing innovative Australian and New Zealand urban and regional bicycle infrastructure.
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International Scan Summary Report on Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety and Mobility

Source: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO), National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP)
This report presents the findings of a team of transportation officials who visited five countries in Europe to identify and assess effective approaches to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety and mobility.
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Cycling Towards a More Sustainable Transport Future

Source: Transport Reviews
This article examines the boom in cycling research and publications that has accompanied the rapid growth in cycling infrastructure and cycling levels in Western Europe and the Americas.
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Sense and Nonsense About Shared Space

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This paper examines the traffic safety improvements and potential conflicts associated with shared space implementation in Germany and the Netherlands.
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