• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

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2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1499

Bicycle Transportation Research

Wednesday 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM
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Poster
Jamie Parks, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Bicycle Transportation (ANF20)

 



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Title Presentation Number
Investigating the impacts of lifestyle, attitudes and built environment on recreational biking in a coastal city
Roya Etminani-Ghasrodashti, Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch, Tehran
Mohammad Paydar, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile
Ali Ardeshiri, Amirkabir University of Technology
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19-00980
User Preferences for Bicycle Infrastructure in Communities with Emerging Cycling Cultures
Calvin Clark, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Patricia Mokhtarian, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Giovanni Circella, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
Kari Watkins, Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech)
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19-04130
Less than human? Dehumanization of cyclists predicts self-reported aggressive behavior toward them
Alexa Delbosc, Monash University
Farhana Naznin, Monash University
Nicholas Haslam, Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
Narelle Haworth, Queensland University of Technology
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19-02939
Travel Mode Attitudes, Urban Context, and Demographics: Do They Interact Differently for Bicycle Commuting and Cycling for Other Purposes?
Jie Gao, Utrecht University
Dick Ettema, Utrecht University
Marco Helbich, Utrecht University
Carlijn B.M. Kamphuis, Utrecht University
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19-02180
Understanding Factors Influencing Small to Mid-Size City Bike Share Ridership: A Direct Ridership Analysis
Richard Mucci, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
Shraddha Sagar, University of Kentucky
Gregory Erhardt, University of Kentucky
Nick Stamatiadis, University of Kentucky
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19-05636
Maturing urban cycling: comparing Barriers and Motivators to bicycle in Lisbon, Portugal
Rosa Felix, Instituto Superior Tecnico
Filipe Moura, FUNDEC
Kelly Clifton, Portland State University
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19-04025
Cycling Across Canada: Understanding the Importance of Infrastructure, Climate, and Socio-Economics on Cycling Mode Change Over Time
Kevin Manaugh, McGill University
Meghan Winters, Simon Fraser University
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19-03930
Biking the first mile: Exploring a cyclist typology and potential for cycling to transit stations by suburban commuters
Raktim Mitra, Ryerson University
James Schofield, Ryerson University
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19-00312
Bicycling in Walkable Environments: Does Wakability Promote Bicycling as it Promotes Walking?
Or Caspi, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Michael Smart, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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19-05102
Cyclists’ Perceived Infrastructure Service Quality and Enjoyment: A SEM Approach
Jose Vallejo Borda, Universidad de Los Andes
Daniel Rosas-Satizabal, Universidad de Los Andes
Alvaro Rodriguez- Valencia, Universidad de Los Andes
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19-03548
Ride this way? The impact of a bicycle skills training intervention on bicycle uptake
Stephanie Sersli, Simon Fraser University
Nicholas Scott, Simon Fraser University
Meghan Winters, Simon Fraser University
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19-01132
Rules of the road: Compliance and defiance among the different types of cyclists
Nick Chaloux, McGill University
Ahmed El-Geneidy, McGill University
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19-00494
Measuring bicycle ridership seasonality relative to associated factors
Nicholas Fournier, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Eleni Christofa, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Mark Hamin, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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19-05064
Exploring Spatial Variation of the Bike Sharing Ridership: A Study Based on Semi-Parametric Geographically Weighted Regression
Li Pu, Southwest Jiaotong University
Xiaojia Zhang, National United Engineering Laboratory of Integrated and Intelligent Transportation
Ziwen Ling, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Hongtai Yang, Southwest Jiaotong University
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19-05119
Bikeshare Users on a Budget? A Trip Chaining Analysis of Bikeshare User Groups in Chicago
Siyue Yang, City University of Hong Kong
Candace E. Brakewood, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Virgile Nicolas, Cerema - Département Laboratoire de Saint-Brieuc
Jake Sion, Transit
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19-04265
Predicting Station Locations in Bike-Sharing Systems Using a Proposed Quality-of-Service Measurement: Methodology and Case Study
Huthaifa Ashqar, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Mohammed Elhenawy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Leanna House, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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19-00101
Portraying and Differentiating Profiles and Preferences of Casual Users and Registered Members of Capital Bikeshare
Shruthi Kaviti, GMU
Mohan Venigalla, George Mason University
Kim Lucas, District Department of Transportation
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19-03958
HOW TO MAKE DOCKLESS BIKESHARE GOOD FOR CITIES: CURBING OVERSUPPLIED BIKES
Yuanjie Tu, Peking University
Peng Chen, Tongji University
Xu Gao, University of California, Irvine
Jiawen Yang, Peking University
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19-02224
Effects of Docked Bike-Sharing Fleets, Urban Land Uses and Socio-Demographic Characteristics on Dockless Bike-Sharing User Demand
Xinwei Ma, Southeast University
Yanjie Ji, Southeast University
Yufei Yuan, Delft University of Technology
Niels van Oort, Delft University of Technology
Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology
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19-04504
Exploring the Social, Spatial and Temporal Performance of Bikesharing: A Case Study of DIVVY
Christopher Smith, Depaul University
Mehedi Hasan, Western Michigan University
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19-03166
A First Look: Comparison of Users and Usage Patterns of Dockless and Docking-Station-Based Bikeshare Systems in Washington, DC
Ralph Buehler, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Fanglan Chen, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
John Cole, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
John Hicks, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Andrew Devereux, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Hazel Ventura, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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19-01305
Understanding the Difference in Travel Patterns Between Docked and Dockless Bike-Sharing Systems: A Case Study in Nanjing, China
Xinwei Ma, Southeast University
Yufei Yuan, Delft University of Technology
Niels van Oort, Delft University of Technology
Yanjie Ji, Southeast University
Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology
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19-02471
Modelling the Factors Influencing the Activity Spaces of Bikeshare around Metro Stations: A Spatial Regression Model
Yuchuan Jin, Southeast University
Jianbiao Wang, Southeast University
Mingjia He, Southeast University
Xinwei Ma, Southeast University
Jiao Ye, Southeast University
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19-04179
How have Travelers Changed Mode Choices for First/Last Mile Trips After the Introduction of Bicycle-Sharing Schemes: An Empirical Study in Beijing, China
Aihua Fan, Beijing Jiaotong University
Xumei Chen, Beijing Jiaotong University
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19-05325
Station-Level Bike-Sharing Demand Prediction Based on Graph Convolutional Neural Network Model
Lei Lin, PARC Research
Weizi Li, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Srinivas Peeta, Purdue University
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19-00173
A Heuristic Algorithm for Rebalancing Large-scale Bike Sharing Systems using Multiple Trucks
Mohammed Elhenawy, Queensland University of Technology
Youssef Bichiou, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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19-00239
Investigation of Contributing Factors to Travel Demand of Free-floating Bike Sharing: A Geographically Weighted Regression Approach
Chengcheng Xu, Southeast University
Yuxuan Wang, Southeast University
Chen Wang, Southeast University
Pan Liu
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19-03556
Do monetary incentive measures affect users’ illegal parking of station-free shared bikes? A case study in Nanjing, China
Yao Fan, Southeast University
Yuchuan Jin, Southeast University
Liangpeng Gao, Southeast University
Yanjie Ji, Southeast University
Xinwei Ma, Southeast University
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19-01096
Dockless in Sydney: The Rise and Decline of Bikesharing in Australia
Capucine Heymes, Universite de Lyon
David Levinson, University of Sydney
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19-00574
Station-Level Analysis for Bikeshare Activity in Disadvantaged Communities
Xiaodong Qian, University of California, Davis
Miguel Jaller, University of California, Davis
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19-05222
The Effects of Neighborhood Disadvantage on Temporal and Spatial Patterns of Bike Share Use
Jueyu Wang, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Greg Lindsey, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
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19-02938
Widening the gap? Area-level associations between bicycle commuting, sociodemographic advantage, and bike lane access in 22 U.S. cities
Lindsay Braun, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
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19-05013
Analysis Of Bicyclist Race and Ethnicity from Eight Travel Surveys in the United States
Sarah Howerter, University of Vermont
Dillon Fitch, University of California, Davis
Lisa Aultman-Hall, University of Vermont
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19-06016
Assessing Bicyclists’ Perceived Safety, Risk, And Comfort – State off the Literature
Erin Robartes, University of Virginia
T. Donna Chen, University of Virginia
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19-03344
Industry Stakeholder Perspectives on the Adoption of Electric Bicycles in British Columbia
Saki Aono, University of British Columbia
Alexander Bigazzi, University of British Columbia
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19-00466
Electric Kick Scooters on Sidewalks in Virginia but Not in California? A Review of How States Regulate Personal Transportation Devices
Asha Weinstein Agrawal, San Jose State University
Kevin Fang
Ashley M. Hooper, University of California, Irvine
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19-04299
Do They Block the Way in San Jose? Where Do Riders Park Dockless, Shared Electric Scooters?
Kevin Fang, Sonoma State University
Asha Agrawal, San Jose State University
Jeremy Steele, Mineta Transportation Institute San Jose State University
John Joseph Hunter, Mineta Transportation Institute San Jose State University
Ashley M. Hooper, University of California, Irvine
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19-02328
Does one bicycle facility type fit all? Evaluating the stated usage of different types of bicycle facilities among cyclists in Quebec City, Canada
Marie-Pier Veillette, Oc Transpo
Emily Grise, McGill University
Ahmed El-Geneidy, McGill University
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19-00378
Rethinking Streets for People on Bikes: An Evidence-Based, Visual Guide of Completed Street Retrofits
Marc Schlossberg, University of Oregon
John Rowell
Roger Lindgren, Oregon Institute of Technology
Dave Amos
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19-00172
Operational Evaluation of Advisory Bike Lane Treatment on Road User Behavior in Ottawa Canada
Ali Kassim, Carleton University
Alex Culley, Transportation Services City of Ottawa Ontario Canada
Shawn McGuire, City of Ottawa
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19-02985
Bicycle Infrastructure and Commercial Rents in San Francisco: A Hedonic Regression Analysis
Raleigh McCoy, University of California, Berkeley
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19-05294
Assessment of Local, State, and Federal Barriers to Implementing Bicycle Infrastructure: A Virginia Case Study
Erin Robartes, University of Virginia
Emily C. Chen, University of Virginia
T. Donna Chen, University of Virginia
Peter Ohlms, Virginia Department of Transportation
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19-03703
An Assessment of Bicycle Commuting Activity Using Strava and Implications for Developing Infrastructure
Scott Kelley, University of Nevada, Reno
Klenke Chrissy, University of Nevada, Reno
Amy Fitch, University of Nevada, Reno
Nathan Bergrin, The Davidson Academy
Alexander Hacker, University of Nevada, Reno
Liam Bean, University of Nevada, Reno
Miguel Aguilera, University of Nevada, Reno
Cameron Krek, University of Nevada, Reno
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19-06030
Utilization of Secure Bicycle Parking Rooms in Multi-Unit Residential Buildings
Cail Smith, University of British Columbia
Alexander Bigazzi, University of British Columbia
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19-01326
Toward agent-based microsimulation of cyclist following behavior: Estimation of reward function parameters using inverse reinforcement learning
Hossameldin Mohammed, University of British Columbia
Tarek Sayed, University of British Columbia
Alexander Bigazzi, University of British Columbia
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19-03431
Station-Level Demand Forecasting in a Public Bicycle Sharing System Using Station Activity Based on Random Forest
Young-Hyun Seo, Seoul National University
Jaemin Hwang, Seoul National University
Seung-Young Kho, Seoul National University
Dong-Kyu Kim, Seoul National University
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19-05305
Modeling Instantaneous Cyclist Acceleration and Deceleration Behavior
Ahmed Ghanem, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Hesham Rakha, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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19-00211
Improving bicycle route choice set generation using route complexity in GPS traces
Niels Wardenier, Not applicable
Luk Knapen, Universiteit Hasselt
Thomas Koch, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
Elenna Dugundji, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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19-04660
A Method to Identify and Visualize Barriers in a Low-Stress Bike Network
Theja Putta, Northeastern University
Peter Furth, Northeastern University
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19-01672
Bikeability in Basel
Elena Grigore, Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule Zurich
Norman W. Garrick, University of Connecticut
Raphael Fuhrer, ETHZ - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Kay W. Axhausen, Institute for Transport Planning and Systems
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19-03694
Low-Stress Bicycling Connectivity: Assessment of the Network Build-Out in Edmonton, Canada
Laura Cabral, University of Alberta
Amy Kim, University of Alberta
Manish Shirgaokar, University of Colorado, Denver
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19-00950
Capacity, Capacity Drop and Relation of Capacity to the Path Width in Bicycle Traffic
Maria Wierbos, Delft University of Technology
Victor Knoop, Delft University of Technology
Flurin Hänseler, Delft University of Technology
Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology
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19-05218
Operational Impacts of Protected-Permitted Right-Turn Phasing and Pavement Markings on Bicyclists Performance during Conflicts with Right-Turning Vehicles
Masoud Ghodrat Abadi, California State University, Sacramento
David S. Hurwitz, Oregon State University
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19-00784
Analysis of bicycle headway distribution, saturation flow and capacity at a signalized intersection using empirical trajectory data
Yufei Yuan, Delft University of Technology
Bernat Goñi-Ros, Delft University of Technology
Mees Poppe, Delft University of Technology
Winnie Daamen, Delft University of Technology
Serge Hoogendoorn, Delft University of Technology
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19-04329
Optimal speed advice for cyclists using a roadside sign at signalised intersections with uncertainty in traffic light timing
Azita Dabiri, Delft University of Technology
Andreas Hegyi, Delft University of Technology
Bernat Goñi-Ros, Delft University of Technology
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19-03008
Research on E-Bike Conversion Factors at Signalized Intersection of Urban Road
Hongwei Li, Hohai University
Xin Zhong, Hohai University
Yunyue Zhou, Hohai University
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19-04008
Macroscopic Characteristics of Bicycle Traffic on the Bike Lane of the Brooklyn Bridge
Rasha Hassan, McMaster University
Mohamed Hussein, McMaster University
Tarek Sayed, University of British Columbia
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19-01138
Is that Move Safe? Case Study of Cyclist Movements at Intersections with Cycling Discontinuities
Matin Nabavi Niaki, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Nicolas Saunier, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Luis Fernando Miranda-Moreno, McGill University
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19-03202
Exploring the Impacts of Traffic Characteristics on Bicycle-Vehicle Conflicts
Sirisha Kothuri, Portland State University
Edward Smaglik, Northern Arizona University
Brendan Russo, Northern Arizona University
Cristopher Aguilar, Northern Arizona University
Emmanuel James, Northern Arizona University
Nolan Levenson, New York City Department of Transportation
Peter Koonce, City of Portland, Oregon
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19-03293
Bicycle Crash Types on National, State and Local Levels: a New Look
Libby Thomas, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Krista Nordback, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Rebecca Lauren Sanders, Arizona State University
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19-01769
Evaluating the Safety Impacts of Green Bike Lanes in Suburban Communities
Jeffrey LaMondia, Auburn University
Jacob McGhee, Auburn University
Mitchell Fisher, Auburn University
Fernando Cordero, Auburn University
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19-04250
Cycling Risks and Needs Perception of Different Skill Levels and Age Groups
Fadi Alhomaidat, Western Michigan University
Valerian Kwigizile, Western Michigan University
Jun-Seok Oh, Western Michigan University
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19-02758
Exploring Street Noise and Bicycle Safety: Initial Evidence from Austin, TX and the Washington, DC Capital Area
Greg Griffin, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Steven Hankey, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Ralph Buehler, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Boya Dai, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Huyen Le, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Chris Simek, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
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19-03944
Drivers’ Behavior When Passing Cyclists Riding in Line in Two-Lane Rural Roads
Ana María Pérez-Zuriaga, Universitat Politècnica de València
Sara Moll Montaner, Universitat Politècnica de València
Griselda López, University of Valencia
García Alfredo, Universitat Politècnica de València
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19-05699
Re-Examination of Bicycle/Motor Vehicle Crash Typologies
Timothy Wright, Dunlap and Associates, Inc.
Richard Blomberg, Dunlap and Associates, Inc.
F Dennis Thomas, Dunlap and Associates, Inc.
Kristie Johnson, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
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19-01343
An Investigation into the Varying Effects of Factors Contributing to Injury Severity of Different Bicyclist Age Groups in Bicycle-Vehicle Crashes
Dibakar Saha, Florida Atlantic University
Priyanka Alluri, Florida International University
Albert Gan, Florida International University
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19-04905
Effects of Bicycle Passing Distance Law on Drivers’ Behavior
Ahmad Feizi, Western Michigan University
Majid Mastali, Western Michigan University
Ronald Van Houten, Western Michigan University
Jun-Seok Oh, Western Michigan University
Valerian Kwigizile, Western Michigan University
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19-02357
USING OPEN DATA TO ASSESS CYCLIST SAFETY IN LONDON
Daniel Collins, Imperial College London
Daniel Graham, Imperial College London
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19-00208
Analysis of Cyclist Perception and Behavior on Two-Lane Rural Roads Through an Online Survey
Griselda López, University of Valencia
Igancio Martínez, Universitat Politècnica de València
Francisco Javier Camacho-Torregrosa, Universitat Politècnica de València
García Alfredo, Universitat Politècnica de València
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19-00698
Proactively Informing Targeted Safety Efforts in San Francisco, California: Developing a Safety Performance Function to Predict Intersection Cyclist Injuries
Megan Wall Shui, City and County of San Francisco
Mia Lei, San Francisco Department of Public Health, Program on Health, Equity and Sustainability
Megan Wier, San Francisco Department of Public Health
Bo Lan, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Libby Thomas, UNC Highway Safety Research Center
Jennifer Ziebarth, Fehr and Peers
Rebecca Plevin, University of California, San Francisco
Catherine Juillard, University of California, San Francisco
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19-06077
What are Vulnerable Road Users’ Perceptions and Expectations on Autonomous Vehicles?
Praveena Penmetsa, Alabama Transportation Institute
Emmanuel Kofi Adanu, Alabama Transportation Institute
Dustin Wood, Alabama Transportation Institute
Teng Wang, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Steven Jones, University of Alabama
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19-00278
How Technology can affect the Demand for Bicycle Transportation: The State of Technology and Projected Applications of Connected Bicycles
John Macarthur, Portland State University
Michael Harpool, Portland State University
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19-05402
Exploring associations between non-motorized traffic and episodic area-wide air pollution in Northern Utah
Patrick Singleton, Utah State University
Curtis Knight, Utah State University
Dayton Crites, Cache County
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19-05762