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Understanding Cycling Mobility: Bologna Case Study

@article{Davtian2021UnderstandingCM,
  title={Understanding Cycling Mobility: Bologna Case Study},
  author={Taron Davtian and Flavio Bertini and Rajesh Sharma},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.04243}
}
Understanding human mobility in urban environments is of the utmost importance to manage traffic and for deploying new resources and services. In recent years, the problem is exacerbated due to rapid urbanization and climate changes. In an urban context, human mobility has many facets, and cycling represents one of the most eco-friendly and efficient/effective ways to move in touristic and historical cities. The main objective of this work is to study the cycling mobility within the city of… 

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