Increased use of and access to bicycling/active transport is one aspect of transportation planning and design that may help resolve problems linked with human mobility. Active transport is associated with increased health, reduced traffic congestion, sustainability, and potential reduction of emissions associated with vehicular travel, though it must be a feasible transportation option for those benefits to be realized. This session acts as a forum for researchers and professionals to exchange ideas and findings as they relate to continued understanding of bicycling as a transport mode. Topics could include, but are not limited to: (1) spatial and spatio-temporal analysis of bicycling activity; (2) bicycle share systems; (3) bicycling infrastructure decisions and design; (4) bicyclist route choice; (5) bicycling data handling, availability, and limitations/uncertainty; (6) dynamic context and bicycling activity; (7) interactions and connections between bicyclists and other modes (e.g. bicycle crashes, bicycling as access to transit).
|Presenter||Wencong Cui*, Arizona State University, Michael Kuby, Arizona State University, Calvin Thigpen, Arizona State University, Deborah Salon, Arizona State Univeristy, Study on the Effects of Building Density on the Efficiency of Dockless Bike Sharing System - A Case Study of Beijing, China||20||8:00 AM|
|Presenter||Calvin Thigpen*, Arizona State University, Trisalyn Nelson, Arizona State University, Understanding Heterogeneous Preferences for Bicycle Infrastructure Using Repeated Measures Bicyclist Route Choice Data||20||8:20 AM|
|Presenter||Lindsey Conrow*, Arizona State University, Impact of bicycle ridership on residential housing prices||20||8:40 AM|
|Presenter||Colin Ferster*, University of Victoria, Change detection using Strava Metro||20||9:00 AM|
|Presenter||YI-CHIH TSENG*, , CHIH-YUAN CHEN, Assistant Professor, Spatio-Temporal Analysis of the Public Bike-sharing System of Taipei City||20||9:20 AM|
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