Examining the impact of urban morphology on bicycle mode choice

@inproceedings{Rybarczyk2014ExaminingTI,
  title={Examining the impact of urban morphology on bicycle mode choice},
  author={Greg Rybarczyk and Changshan Wu},
  year={2014}
}
Nonmotorized transport modes such as bicycling are becoming important components to urban transportation systems in the United States, in particular with the recent emphases on sustainable urban development. Recent bicycle forecasting methods have included urban design elements to help explain bicycle behavior but most measures lack accountability of microscale built form attributes that address bicyclist perception. This study developed a discrete choice model to examine the impact of urban… CONTINUE READING