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en línea
Liang Ma, Jennifer Dill    
Do people perceive the built environment the same as we objectively measure it? If not, what are the relative roles of the objective versus the perceived environment on bicycling behavior? This study, based on data from Portland Oregon, explored the matc... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Ralph Buehler, Denis Teoman and Brian Shelton    
This paper compares bicycling in Washington, DC and Frankfurt am Main, Germany, two car-oriented cities that had adapted their urban transport system to car travel during the 20th century. Our comparative case study shows that both cities have been succe... ver más
Revista: Urban Science    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Yujin Park, Gulsah Akar    
Akar, G., Chen, N., & Gordon, S. I. (2016). Influence of neighborhood types on trip distances: Spatial error models for Central Ohio. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 10(3), 284?293.
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Kevin J. Krizek, Fariya Sharmeen, Karel Martens    
As communities around the globe contemplate the future of their transport portfolio, bicycling's role has increasingly cropped up as a key discussion point. Up until a few years ago, bicycling's value was largely fueled by a loyal advocacy base. Its pote... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Simone Z. Leao, Scott N. Lieske, Lindsey Conrow, Jonathan Doig, Vandana Mann and Chris J. Pettit    
To realize the full potential of crowdsourced data collected by smartphone applications in urban research and planning, there is a need for parsimonious, reliable, computationally and temporally efficient data processing routines. The literature indicate... ver más
Revista: Urban Science    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Wesley E Marshall, Daniel Piatkowski, Aaron Johnson    
Nearly everyone has jaywalked, rolled through a stop sign, or driven a few miles per hour over the speed limit, but most such offenses face no legal consequences. Society also tends to see these relatively minor infractions that almost all people make?th... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Simone Z. Leao, Scott N. Lieske, Lindsey Conrow, Jonathan Doig, Vandana Mann and Chris J. Pettit    
To realize the full potential of crowdsourced data collected by smartphone applications in urban research and planning, there is a need for parsimonious, reliable, computationally and temporally efficient data processing routines. The literature indicate... ver más
Revista: Urban Science    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Hao Wu, Sunhyung Yoo, Christopher Pettit, Jinwoo (Brian) Lee     Pág. 1 - 20
Cycling participation is context-sensitive and weather condition is reportedly a significant factor. How weather affects cyclists with different demographics, trip purposes, and in the context of cycling infrastructure, built environment and geographic f... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Yi Zhao, Qiaowen Lin, Shangan Ke, Yanghang Yu    
Bicycling is an alternative of urban transport mode, which is significantly influenced by land use. This paper makes an effort to quantify the magnitude and direction of the impact. We first develop a theoretical framework to establish links between land... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Deborah Salon, Matthew Wigginton Conway, Kailai Wang, Nathaniel Roth    
Beenackers, M. A., Foster, S., Kamphuis, C. B. M., Titze, S., Divitini, M., Knuiman, M., van Lenthe, F., & Giles-Corti, B. (2012). Taking up cycling after residential relocation: Built environment factors. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 42(... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Madhura Phansikar, Sadia Anjum Ashrafi, Naiman A. Khan, William V. Massey and Sean P. Mullen    
Active commuting to school (ACS) is an important source of physical activity among children. Recent research has focused on ACS and its benefits on cognition and academic achievement (AA), factors important for success in school. This review aims to synt... ver más

 
en línea
Leonie Walta    
Driven by an increasing concern about urban liveability, climate change, and healthy life styles, amongst others, researchers are aiming to better understand why people bicycle and what could induce them to cycle more. Given the importance of local condi... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Peter G Furth, Theja VVK Putta, Paul Moser    
When road segments with high traffic stress are excluded, the remaining network of low-stress roads and trails can be fragmented, lacking connections between many origin-destination pairs or requiring onerous detour. Low-stress connectivity is a measure ... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Kay Teschke, Anna Chinn, Michael Brauer    
We studied 2011 cycling mode share at the census-tract level in Montréal and Vancouver, Canadian cities with relatively high mode shares and diverse bike infrastructure. We examined whether mode share variability, for all commuters and male and female co... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Christopher D Muhs, Kelly J Clifton    
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. Previous work has ra... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
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Natalie D Popovich, Susan Handy    
Growing concerns about climate change and traffic congestion are motivating policymakers to find ways to encourage sustainable travel options. In the United States, where 88 percent of shopping trips are made by car, research identifying the factors that... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Peng Chen, Jiangping Zhou, Feiyang Sun    
This study examines determinants of bicycle volume in the built environment with a five-year bicycle count dataset from Seattle, Washington. A generalized linear mixed model (GLMM) is used to capture the bicycle volume change over time while controlling ... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Mika Ruchama Moran, Pnina Plaut, Orna Baron Epel    
Previous studies examined environmental correlates of children?s physical activity. While most of these studies used aggregated physical activity measures (i.e., overall physical activity, active travel), little is known about the contribution of specifi... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Eugeni Vidal Tortosa, Robin Lovelace, Eva Heinen , Richard P. Mann     Pág. 693 - 714
Cycling can be particularly beneficial for socioeconomically disadvantaged populations. First, because it can allow them to access opportunities that by other modes they may not afford. Secondly, because it can increase their physical activity levels and... ver más
Revista: Journal of Transport and Land Use    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Johan Nilsson Sommar, Christer Johansson, Boel Lövenheim, Anders Markstedt, Magnus Strömgren and Bertil Forsberg    
This study aims to use dispersion-modeled concentrations of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and black carbon (BC) to estimate bicyclist exposures along a network of roads and bicycle paths. Such modeling was also performed in a scenario with increased bicycling. A... ver más

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