Mapping bikeability: a spatial tool to support sustainable travel

@inproceedings{Winters2013MappingBA,
  title={Mapping bikeability: a spatial tool to support sustainable travel},
  author={Meghan Winters and Michael Brauer and Eleanor M. Setton and Kay Teschke},
  year={2013}
}
The built environment has been shown to influence active transportation. Although spatial data for the built environment is increasingly available, there has been little effort to use existing data and knowledge to define and map ‘bikeability’ as an approach to promoting travel by bicycle. Our goal was to build a tool to identify areas that are more conducive and less conducive to cycling. We used empirical research to develop a bikeability index and geographic information systems to map the… CONTINUE READING

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