Regular Adult Bicyclists in Washington State

Public Transport System Structure

Transportation Congress, Volumes 1 and 2
Civil Engineers—Key to the World's Infrastructure
This proceedings, Transportation Congress: Civil Engineers—Key to the World's Infrastructure, contains papers presented at the...

ISTEA Enhances Transportation
The aim of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) of 1991 was to integrate communities with transportation programs. Engineering professionals now have the responsibility...

Case Study: Design of a Traditional Village Master Plan
This paper presents a case study of a Master Plan for a neo-traditional Village on a tract of land of over 130 acres located in Northern New Jersey. It will focus on the design process...

Bicycle Access: New Boost for Transit Performance
Bicycle-transit linkage is a highly cost-effective strategy for boosting suburban transit performance and ridership and appears to offer significant potential for reducing transit access...

Empirical Models of Transit Service Areas
Empirical tools for planning access to transit systems are developed. Transit access is defined as those portions of the journey spent getting to the transit system, and then from the...

Bicycle/Motor Vehicle Accidents in Kentucky
The purpose of this study is to determine the characteristics associated with bicycle-related, motor-vehicle accidents in Kentucky. It was found that cyclists 10 yr to 14 yr of age were...

Complying with the 1977 Clean Air Act in Boston
This paper examines the evolutionary development of transportation control strategies, beginning with some very controversial early proposals and including current efforts designed to...

Bicycle Transportation
A Civil Engineer's Notebook for Bicycle Facilities
The planning and design of bicycle facilities are examined, with the facilities divided into these topics: pavements, drainage, traffic controls, amenities, lighting, parking, landscaping,...

Planning Bicycle Facilities — Glacier National Park

Planning Safe and Efficient Bicycle Crossings
An exclusive bicycle path is considered by many to be the highest type design for bicycle facilities. The most serious problem associated with them is that they cannot be completely separated...

Effects of Bike Lanes on Driver and Bicyclist Behavior
The influence of bike lanes on the lateral positioning of bicycles and autos is examined through filmed observations on a variety of urban streets both with and without bike lanes. Supporting...

Bicycle Accidents in the City of Milwaukee
The paper presents a cross-classification analysis of all bicycle accidents that were reported in the city of Milwaukee during 1971 and 1972. The bicycle accidents were classified according...

Planning Design and Implementation of Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities

Bicycles and Traffic
The bicycle as a mode of transportation and recreation has attracted wide attention in recent years. The incidence of bicycle/motor vehicle accidents has increased dramatically with increasing...

Britain's Stevenage: Pathway Pioneer
There's been a boom in bike sales. Many new towns feature bike and pedestrian pathways. Many Americans are concerned about their health because they get too little exercise....

Investing in Urban Bicycle Facilities
A new mode of transportation and recreation—the bicycle—has explosively entered the public's consciousness. Accompanying this phenomenon has been a rash of problems including...

Bicycles for the Human Environment: New Developments at the U.S. Department of Transportation

Research on Safety and Locational Criteria for Bicycle Facilities

 

 

 

 

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