Utilizing Ego-centric Video to Conduct Naturalistic Bicycling Studies

Feng Liu
Miguel Figliozzi , Wu-chi Feng
Bicycling is enjoying a surge in popularity across the USA but bicycle safety continues to remain a challenge. Cyclists (and pedestrians) are the most vulnerable road users since cyclist-vehicle collisions often result in severe injuries and have hig ... Read More

Online Non-motorized Traffic Count Archive

Krista Nordback
Kristin Tufte
Jurisdictions around the country are collecting non-motorized traffic count data, but the lack of a centralized database inhibits data sharing and greatly reduces the utility of this important and growing dataset. Lack of access to count data has led ... Read More

Investigation of Bicycle and Pedestrian Continuous and Short Duration Count Technologies in Oregon

Krista Nordback
Miguel Figliozzi
While motorized traffic counts are systematic and comprehensive, bicycle and pedestrian traffic is often unknown, which results in lack of planning or infrastructure for active transportation modes. Although there are many emerging technologies to co ... Read More

Understanding Types of Cyclists Nationally

Jennifer Dill
Nathan McNeil
Transportation professionals who are developing plans and projects that aim to change people’s travel behavior – such as getting more people to bicycle – need to understand the people they are targeting. To do so, planners and researchers have ... Read More

Drive Oregon E-Bike Transit Connection Experimental Pilot Project

John MacArthur
The program’s primary goal is to test user acceptance of electric-assist folding bicycles (IZIP E3 Compact) as a first/last mile commuting solution and be able to communicate positive stories to a broad range of workplaces to help reduce single occ ... Read More

Washington State Pedestrian and Bicycle Miles Traveled Project

Krista Nordback
Estimates of vehicle miles traveled (VMT) drive policy and planning decisions for surface transportation. No similar metric is computed for cycling and walking. What approaches could be used to compute such a metric on the state level? This report di ... Read More

Online Implementation Resource of Innovative Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities (IBPI)

Jennifer Dill
Online Implementation Resource of Innovative Bicycle and Pedestrian Facilities sponsored by Summit Foundation IBPI: Initiative for Bicycle and Pedestrian Innovation ... Read More

Shared Space and Bicyclists

Allison Duncan
Shared space is a traffic calming technique and design concept. The technique is relatively new, and the majority of existing research concerns pedestrians only. This mixed methods study will be international in scope focusing on intersections in E ... Read More

Bicyclists’ Uptake of Traffic-Related Air Pollution: Effects of the Urban Transportation System

Alex Bigazzi
While bicyclists and other active travelers obtain health benefits from increased physical activity, they also risk uptake of traffic-related air pollution. But pollution uptake by urban bicyclists is not well understood due to a lack of direct measu ... Read More

Evaluating the Use of Crowdsourcing as a Data Collection Method for Bicycle Performance Measures and Identification of Facility Improvement Needs

Miguel Figliozzi
Although there is a great body of knowledge and practice to measure motorized vehicle highway infrastructure performance levels and activity, the same cannot be said about bicycle infrastructure performance and network usage. Although the Oregon Depa ... Read More

Evaluation of Bicyclists Exposure to Traffic-Related Air Pollution along Distinct Facility Types

Miguel Figliozzi
James Pankow
While bicyclists and other active travelers obtain health benefits from increased physical activity, they also risk an uptake of traffic-related air pollution. But pollution uptake by urban bicyclists is not well understood due to a lack of direct me ... Read More

Application of Interactive Video Sensing and Management for Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Studies

Wu-chi Feng
Christopher Monsere , Miguel Figliozzi
As video data collection and storage technologies become ubiquitous and inexpensive, transportation agencies struggle to process and extract "intelligence" or useful information from growing libraries of archived video data. In some cases us ... Read More
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