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Investigating Risk Compensation Theory in Cyclists: Results From Intelligent Video Analysis System

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The aim of the present study is to assess risk behaviours in urban cyclists by helmet-use status, using an innovative on-site observation technology.
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Safe Streets for Seniors

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
In New York City, adults aged 65 and older make up 12 percent of the city's population, but accounted for 39 percent of its pedestrian fatalities between 2002 and 2006.
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A Method to Identify Changes in Pedestrian and Cyclist Collision Rates

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In this study actual collision counts were used to create a longitudinal confidence region around the minimum collision rate of an intersection.
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Bike Corrals

Source: Portland State University School of Urban Studies and Planning
The purpose of this preliminary study was to research and closely examine the perceived benefits and impacts of bike corrals on local businesses proximate to a corral.
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Why Communities & States Need Bicycle and Pedestrian Staff

Source: League of American Bicyclists (LAB), Alliance for Bicycling and Walking
Bicycle and pedestrian program managers are common in U.S. cities and, along with other transportation planners and bicycling advocates, are a critical part of creating a bicycle-friendly community.
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Cycling in New York: Policy Innovations at the Urban Frontier

Source: World Transport Policy and Practice (Vol. 16, Summer 2010)
While New York City has made significant improvements for bicycling, much still needs to be done. This paper explores opportunities for expanding infrastructure and improving policy.
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Lane Configuration Guide to Support Safe Bicycling and Vehicular Travel

Source: Kentucky Department of Transportation (DOT)
This guide shows potential lane configurations that support a Complete Street concept, allowing for safe, compatible traffic conditions for automobiles and bicycles.
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An Examination of Bicycle Counts and Speeds Associated with the Installation of Bike Lanes in St. Petersburg, Florida

Source: University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center, FDOT
This report focuses on the before-after change in the amount of bicycle riding associated with the installation of bicycle lanes along two corridors in St. Petersburg, Florida.
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Cycle Safety: Reducing the Crash Risk

Source: New Zealand Transport Agency
The crash benefits to cyclists of reducing traffic volumes and speeds, and constructing cycle lanes and intersection treatments have been investigated and quantified based on overseas research and data.
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Shared Space: Safe or Dangerous?

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This paper examines the philosophy of shared space and the effects of its implementation on traffic safety.
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