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Fear and Danger Appraisals of a Road Crossing Scenario: A Developmental Perspective

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The study focuses on conceptual, rather than perceptual, examination of the visual timing elements of distance and speed, as integrated into appraisals of risks related to a traffic scenario.
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Compliance of Ultra-Orthodox and Secular Pedestrians With Traffic Lights in Ultra-Orthodox and Secular Locations

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The study examined the influence of in- and out-group road crossing norms focusing on behaviors of pedestrians in their own in-group environment and in an out-group environment.
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A Within-Subject Design of Comparison of Waiting Time of Pedestrians Before Crossing Three Successive Road Crossings

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The study was aimed to compare the waiting time of pedestrians before crossing three successive road crossings.
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Walking - The Worries of Pedestrians

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A project whose aim was to determine the factors which make walking a pleasant, safe, and attractive transport mode.
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Getting to Smart Growth II: 100 More Policies for Implementation

Source: International City/County Management Association
This is the second part of the "Getting to Smart Growth" guide.
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Getting to Smart Growth: 100 More Policies for Implementation

Source: International City/County Management Association
This guide is the fourth primer in a series written and distributed by the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Smart Growth Network.
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How to enhance WALking and CYcliNG instead of shorter car trips and to make these modes safer (WALCYNG)

Source: Department of Traffic Planning and Engineering, University of Lund, Sweden
The purpose of this document is to examine conditions and measures which may enhance walking and cycling instead of making shorter car trips.
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Why Canadians Cycle More Than Americans: A Comparative Analysis of Bicycling Trends and Policies

Source: Transport Policy
This paper looks at the reasons by Canadians cycle approximately 3 times more frequently than Americans.
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Cycling in the Netherlands

Source: Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management
Cycling accounts for 27% of all trips in the Netherlands; a comprehensive report (in English) on cycling in the Netherlands is now available.
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European Twowheeler Retailers' Association (ETRA)

Source: European Twowheeler Retailers' Association
This website aims to support independent European retailers of bicycles, mopeds, and motorcycles. The site offers communication tools as well as updates on related legislation and advocacy opportunities.
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