How does our natural and built environment affect the use of bicycle sharing

  title={How does our natural and built environment affect the use of bicycle sharing},
  author={Iderlina Mateo-Babiano and Richard Bean and J. Corcoran and D. Pojani},
  journal={Transportation Research Part A-policy and Practice},
  • Iderlina Mateo-Babiano, Richard Bean, +1 author D. Pojani
  • Published 2016
  • Engineering
  • Transportation Research Part A-policy and Practice
  • Public bicycle-sharing programs (PBSP) are short-term bicycle hire systems. In recent years their popularity has soared. This study examined Brisbane’s CityCycle scheme, the largest PBSP in Australia, and investigated the role of (natural and built) environmental features on usage. The study addressed four research questions: (1) What are the dynamics of PBSP use in terms of travel time, speed, and distance? (2) What is the relationship between PBSP participation and cycling infrastructure? (3… CONTINUE READING
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