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... 1 The purpose of this NCHRP research report is to outline how current and potential cyclists perceive different types of bicycling facilities and to lay the foundations for quantifying bicycle trips induced by the implementation of bicycle facilities. Previous research focused on places where bicycling is more prevalent, which leaves a major gap in studying the emergence of bicycling for transportation.
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... 2 Bicyclist Facility Preferences and Effects on Increasing Bicycle Trips Analyses on the first-wave survey focus on responses to digitally manipulated images of roadways varying in (1) bicycle facility type, (2)
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... Summary 3 other survey respondent groups, utilitarian cyclists were less likely to express discomfort over the presence of parking. Occasional/recreational cyclists' preferences were surprisingly similar to those of potential cyclists, with no significant difference for perceived comfort and safety.
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