Bike share is growing at an astounding clip across the U.S., with over 88 million trips made on a bike share bike in the U.S. since 2010. In 2016 alone, riders took over 28 million trips, on par with the annual ridership of the entire Amtrak system, and higher than the number of people visiting Walt Disney World each year.
Thu 31st Aug 2017
Mechanisms underlying cognitive conspicuity in the detection of cyclists by car drivers
The aim of this study was to evaluate the visibility of cyclists for motorists in a simulated car driving task.
Wed 19th Apr 2017
Visibility of Two-Wheelers Approaching Left-Turning Vehicles Compared with Other Hazards
The aim of this study was to evaluate the visibility of two-wheelers encountered by left-turning motorists at urban intersections under nighttime conditions, and compare them with other hazards.
Tue 14th Mar 2017
User Behavior of Bikesharing Systems Under Demand–Supply Imbalance
This study developed a framework for modeling user behavior in response to the situation where a bicycle is not available at a given site, or a spare slot is not available to dock a bicycle at a given site.
Wed 1st Mar 2017
Modeling Route Choice of Utilitarian Bikeshare Users with GPS Data
This study analysed facility use and route choice behavior. The results were compared between two categories of bikeshare users: registered users and casual users.
Tue 28th Feb 2017
Is Bikesharing Contagious? Modeling Its Effects on System Membership and General Population Cycling
This research presents new evidence about the role of bikeshare systems in travel behavior on the basis of diffusion of innovation theory.
Tue 7th Feb 2017
Modelling and Simulation of an Electric Bicycles Charging Station Based on Renewable Energy
The paper deals with the representation and modelling of an electric bicycles charging station based on renewable energy and proposes energy management strategies for isolated and grid-tie operation.
Thu 2nd Feb 2017
Correlates of Helmet Use Among Recreation and Transportation Bicyclists
This cross-sectional study sought to identify domain-specific (recreation versus transportation) correlates of helmet use among U.S. adult bicyclists, using nationally representative data from 2012.
Thu 26th Jan 2017
A user-centred assessment of a new bicycle sharing system in Medellin
This ethnographic study implemented a user experiential approach for assessing EnCicla, which is a new bicycle share system in the city of Medellin, Colombia.
Thu 19th Jan 2017
Expanding Bicycle-Sharing Systems: Lessons Learnt from an Analysis of Usage
The objective of this study is to explore the impact of the expansion of a bicycle-sharing system on the usage of the system. This was conducted for a bicycle-sharing system in Zhongshan (China), using operational usage data of different years following system expansion.