February 21, 2017

 Bicycle and MotorcycleTRB’s recently published Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2587 consists of 17 papers that explore issues related to bicycles and motorcycles, including:

  • Learning from Insurance Data: Injuries to Other Road Users in Motorcyclist At-Fault Crashes
  • Modeling the Speed, Acceleration, and Deceleration of Bicyclists for Microscopic Traffic Simulation
  • Revealed Bicyclist Route Preferences and Street Conditions
  • Bicycle Education for Children: Evaluation of a Program in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • Bicycle Headway Modeling and Its Applications
  • Network Connectivity for Low-Stress Bicycling
  • Bicycling to Rail Stations in New Jersey
  • When a Diet Prompts a Gain: Impact of a Road Diet on Bicycling in Davis, California
  • Modeling Bicycling to Elementary and Junior High Schools with Bike Rack Counts
  • How Representative of Bicycling Populations Are Smartphone Application Surveys of Travel Behavior?
  • Revisiting the Four Types of Cyclists: Findings from a National Survey
  • Modeling the Impacts of Facility Type, Trip Characteristics, and Trip Stressors on Cyclists’ Comfort Levels Utilizing Crowdsourced Data
  • Estimating Current and Potential Bicycle Use for Statewide Planning
  • User Behavior of Bikesharing Systems Under Demand–Supply Imbalance
  • Is Bikesharing Contagious? Modeling Its Effects on System Membership and General Population Cycling
  • Visibility of Two-Wheelers Approaching Left-Turning Vehicles Compared with Other Hazards Under Nighttime Conditions at Urban Signalized Intersections
  • Modeling Route Choice of Utilitarian Bikeshare Users with GPS Data

    To view the individual journals, please visit the TRR website.