Automobile, Costs, Cycling, Cost-benefit analysis, Park and ride, Sustainable transport

Investing in Bicycle Parking Saves Cities Money

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As a transport economist, I am convinced we should think twice before deciding to invest in transport infrastructure. Even more so, we should think of alternative solutions before deciding to invest in car infrastructure or public transport. ...

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Investing in Bicycle Parking Saves Cities Money

Investing in Bicycle Parking Saves Cities Money

As a transport economist, I am convinced we should think twice before deciding to invest in transport infrastructure. Even more so, we should think of alternative solutions before deciding ...

Opinion: Why more urban cycling saves everyone money

Opinion: Why more urban cycling saves everyone money

The resulting benefits of a ‘car-less’ household are myriad, but few are as quantifiable as the money most people sink into a depreciating asset that sits unused for 95% of the time.

Toward More Comprehensive Multi-Modal Transport Planning

Toward More Comprehensive Multi-Modal Transport Planning

Transportation planning is undergoing a paradigm shift. The new paradigm is more multi-modal and comprehensive, and so can better respond to changing travel demands and emerging community ...

Rethinking sustainable transport

Rethinking sustainable transport

A green travel strategy calls for more than deploying electric vehicles. Here’s why organisations now need to become cycle-ready. By Liz Hollis Electric vehicles have long been touted as ...

New study reveals the social benefits of cycling and walking in the EU

New study reveals the social benefits of cycling and walking in the EU

A new study has estimated the social cost - and social benefits - of automobility, cycling and walking with the aim of improving cost-benefit analyses in the European Union. For this ...

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Free bikes to steering wheel spikes: ways to boost urban cycling

Free bikes to steering wheel spikes: ways to boost urban cycling

Car-free days, filtered permeability and lower speed limits are just some of the ways that cities around the world are trying to encourage cycling

Cost-benefit analysis in R by @ellis2013nz

Cost-benefit analysis in R by @ellis2013nz

Even organisations and people that use a statistical package for hard-core data and econometric analysis might use spreadsheets for financial and economic scenario and evaluation models. ...

The Netherlands Pays People To Bike To Work

The Netherlands Pays People To Bike To Work

It's one of a handful of places around the world using cash to try to lure people out of their cars and onto their bicycles.

Fortaleza’s Progress Shows that Change is Still Possible in Brazil

Fortaleza’s Progress Shows that Change is Still Possible in Brazil

Fortaleza has shown the impact that small, low-cost interventions can have on quality of life. Pedestrian improvements such as this raised crosswalk massively improve pedestrian safety and ...

What does a world without parking minimums look like?

What does a world without parking minimums look like?

Building our cities around cars took decades. Undoing it will also take decades, but I don't think it will be necessarily as hard to undo as it was to do.

Guest Post: What does a world without parking minimums look like?

Guest Post: What does a world without parking minimums look like?

This is a Guest Post by Stephen Davis. It was originally published One way or another, big cities will end up with cars parked wherever they are allowed, if parking is free or unmanaged. ...