"Cycling"

Open Access Transport Models: A Leverage Point in Sustainable Transport Planning

A large and growing body of evidence suggests fundamental changes are needed in transport systems, to tackle issues such as air pollution, physical inactivity and climate change. Transport models can play a major role in tackling these issues through …

Scenarios of Cycling to School in England, and Associated Health and Carbon Impacts: Application of the `Propensity to Cycle Tool'

Background The Propensity to Cycle Tool (PCT) is a freely available, interactive tool help prioritise cycling initially launched in England in 2017 and based on adult commuting data. This paper applies the method to travel to school data, and …

The Propensity to Cycle Tool: An Open Source Online System for Sustainable Transport Planning

Getting people cycling is an increasingly common objective in transport planning institutions worldwide. A growing evidence base indicates that high quality infrastructure can boost local cycling rates. Yet for infrastructure and other cycling …

Cycling Promotion Schemes and Long-Term Behavioural Change: A Case Study from the University of Sheffield

Cycling has a range of health, environmental and economic benefits compared with motorised forms of transport. There is a need to encourage more cycling, yet previous evaluations of cycling promotion schemes have been inconclusive about what works. A …

Who, Where, When: The Demographic and Geographic Distribution of Bicycle Crashes in West Yorkshire