The U.S. Federal Highway Administration has developed a guidebook that outlines performance measures that integrate pedestrian and bicycle planning in ongoing management activities.
Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety (CLOCS) – looking out for vulnerable road users provides a framework that enables ownership in managing road risk which can be adhered to in a consistent way by fleet operators.
The tool provides data on a set of transportation and public health indicators for each U.S. state and metropolitan area that describe how the transportation environment affects safety, active transportation, air quality, and connectivity to destinations.
This guide book provides a blueprint for creating active cities, whatever their size and wherever in the world they may be.
This manual summarizes the main elements of the statewide bicycle and pedestrian data collection program in Minnesota. The program includes data collection goals, types of data to collect and best practices for sensor calibration and data analysis. The research phase of the program is expected to be completed in 2016, at which time the manual will be updated and issued as a final document.
This guide describes methods and technologies for counting pedestrians and bicyclists, and provides examples of how organisations have used non-motorised count data to better fulfill their missions.
This report documents a level of service (LOS) framework for network operations that can be applied across various user groups (private motorists, transit users, pedestrians, cyclists and freight operators) and across various transport needs (mobility, safety, access, information and amenity).
The Guidebook contains methods and tools for practitioners to estimate bicycling and walking demand as part of regional-, corridor-, or project-level analyses.
Collection of Cycle Concepts 2012 is not intended to be a summary of Danish road standards, but to provide inspiration and motivation for creating more and safer bicycle traffic – in Denmark as well as the rest of the world.