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Danish National Travel Survey - Fact sheet about cycling in Denmark

Publisher: 
Danish Institute for Transport
Publication date: 
January 2013
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Bikeability Hazard Perception Report

Publisher: 
National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) - for DfT
Publication date: 
March 2015
Abstract: 

Research that shows Bikeability training does give children more confidence to negotiate roads, but doesn't appear to lead to any increase in cycling frequency among children.

Evaluation of the Delft Bicycle Network Plan

Publisher: 
Dutch Ministry of Transport and Public Works
Publication date: 
July 1987
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Copenhagen Bicycle Account 2014

Publisher: 
City of Copenhagen
Publication date: 
May 2015
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Road Traffic Signs and Regulations in the Netherlands

Publisher: 
Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment
Publication date: 
October 2013
Abstract: 

Abridged (English) version of Dutch road traffic signs and regulations.

Full (Dutch) version available at http://wetten.overheid.nl/BWBR0004825/

Making Space for Cycling

Publisher: 
CycleNation
Publication date: 
April 2014

Promoting walking and cycling

Publisher: 
Policy Press, University of Bristol
Publication date: 
August 2013
Abstract: 

Promoting walking and cycling proposes solutions to one of the most pressing problems in contemporary British transport planning. The need to develop more sustainable urban mobility lies at the heart of energy and environmental policies and has major implications for the planning of cities and for the structure of economy and society. However, most people feel either unable or unwilling to incorporate travel on foot or by bike into their everyday journeys.

Get Britain Cycling - Report from the Inquiry

Publisher: 
All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group
Publication date: 
April 2013
Abstract: 

Author’s Foreword: Cycling on the Cusp of Greatness

I, like most professional transport planners, providers and researchers of my generation, have grown up thinking that cycling, though worthy, is of small significance compared with the great questions of cars,
traffic and public transport, or the universal significance of walking.

Get Britian Cycling - Summary and Recommendations

Publisher: 
All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group
Publication date: 
April 2013
Abstract: 

Too many people in the UK feel they have no choice but to travel in ways that are dangerous, unhealthy, polluting and costly, not just to their own wallets but also to the public purse. Urgent action is required to address Britain’s chronic levels of obesity, heart disease, air pollution and congestion if we are to catch up with other countries in the developed world.

Route Infrastructure and the Risk of Injuries to Bicyclists: A Case-Crossover Study

Publisher: 
American Journal of Public Health
Publication date: 
December 2012
Abstract: 

Objectives. We compared cycling injury risks of 14 route types and other route infrastructure features.

Methods. We recruited 690 city residents injured while cycling in Toronto or Vancouver, Canada. A case-crossover design compared route infrastructure at each injury site to that of a randomly selected control site from the same trip.

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