On December 1 2011 the Bikeability project hosted it’s midterm seminar. 85 persones attended – out of which some 60 came from various state- and municipal institutions, NGO’s and private firms.
You can hear about the findings of the research project here;
Download PDF’s of the presentation made during the course here:
- Professor Gertrud Jørgensen, Introduction to the Bikeability project
- Associate Professor Thomas Sick Nielsen, Cycling and urban form. Evidence from the Danish National Transportation Survey
- PhD fellow Thomas Madsen, Environmental factors associated with bicycling.
- PhD fellow Bernhard Snizek, Spatial assessment of good and bad bicycle experiences
- Associate Professor Jette Bredahl Jacobsen, Bikers’ experiences, choices and preferences, a stated preference approach
- Senior Researcher Hans Skov-Petersen, A GPS-based revealed preference study of cyclists’ route choice
- Associate Professor Jens Christian Overgaard, Encouraging bicycle transport – assessment of efforts of Danish municipalities
- Research Assistant Anders Sorgenfri, The GPS survey – logistics, data automation and -filtering
- Associate Professor Kees van Goeverden, The Dutch cases
- Professor Jim Sallis, Research on the Move: Applying Appropriate Designs and Methods to Bicycling Studies