Bicycle use in Germany: explaining differences between municipalities with social network effects.

@article{Goetzke2011BicycleUI,
  title={Bicycle use in Germany: explaining differences between municipalities with social network effects.},
  author={Frank Goetzke and Tilmann Rave},
  journal={Urban studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={48 2},
  pages={
          427-37
        }
}
This paper aims to account for important factors influencing bicycle use and focuses in particular on differences between 20 selected German municipalities with considerable variation in their bicycle mode share. Using data from the nation-wide survey Mobility in Germany 2002, a mode choice model for bicycling is developed. In an extension to previous research, social network or spillover effects as a measure of the city’s bicycling culture are also taken into account. These effects are… CONTINUE READING

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