Promoting Cycling for Transport: Research Needs and Challenges

@article{Handy2014PromotingCF,
  title={Promoting Cycling for Transport: Research Needs and Challenges},
  author={Susan L. Handy and Bert van Wee and Maarten Kroesen},
  journal={Transport Reviews},
  year={2014},
  volume={34},
  pages={24 - 4}
}
Abstract Cycling as a mode of transportation has many advantages for both cyclists and society: it is a low-cost, low-polluting, health-improving way to travel. In light of these benefits, a growing number of cities throughout the world are implementing policies to promote cycling, though they continue to struggle to identify the most effective ways to spend their limited resources. In response, transport researchers are also increasingly focusing their efforts on cycling, addressing a broader… 
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