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    References AASHTO. 1999. Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, 3rd Edition, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
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      AASHTO. 1999. Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, 3rd Edition,
      American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
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      Clarke, A, and L. Tracy. 1995. Bicycle Safety-Related Research Synthesis.
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      de Dios Ortuzar, Juan, Andres Iacobelli, and Claudio Valeze. July 2000.
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      Eash, Ronald. 1999. "Destination and Mode Choice Models for Non-Motorized
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      Harkey, David L., Donald W. Reinfurt, and Alex Sorton. 1998. The Bicycle
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      IHT. 1998. Guidelines on Cycle Audit and Cycle Review. Institution of
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      Landis, Bruce, Russell Ottenberg, and Venkat Vattikuti. 1999. The Roadside
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      McLean, A.J., et al. .1997. "Vehicle Travel Speeds and the Incidence of
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      Moudon, Anne Vernez, Paul Hess, Mary Catherine Snyder, and Kiril Stanilov.
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      Sincerely,

      Todd Litman, Director
      Victoria Transport Policy Institute
      "Efficiency - Equity - Clarity"
      1250 Rudlin Street
      Victoria, BC, V8V 3R7, Canada
      Phone & Fax: 250-360-1560
      E-mail: litman@...
      Website: http://www.vtpi.org
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