Excellent bibio on non-motorised transport - Todd Litman, Victoria Transport Policy Institute
AASHTO. 1999. Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities, 3rd Edition,
American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
(Washington DC; 888-227-4860; www.aashto.org); available online at
Clark, J.M., and B.J. Hutton. 1991. The Appraisal of Community Severance,
Transport Research Laboratory (Crowthorne, www.trl.co.uk), Report #135.
Clarke, A, and L. Tracy. 1995. Bicycle Safety-Related Research Synthesis.
UNC Highway Safety Research Center, Federal Highway Administration,
FHWA-94-062 (available from www.bicyclinginfo.org).
de Dios Ortuzar, Juan, Andres Iacobelli, and Claudio Valeze. July 2000.
"Estimating demand for a cycle-way network." Transportation Research A,
Vol. 34, No. 5, pp. 353-373.
Danish Road Directorate. 1992. Evaluation of Highway Investment Projects
(undersogelse af storre hovedlandeveejsarbejder. Metode for
effektberegninger og okonomisk vurdering), Danish Road Directorate
Dixon, Linda. 1996. "Bicycle and Pedestrian Level-of-Service Performance
Measures and Standards for Congestion Management Systems." Transportation
Research Record 1538, pp. 1-9.
Eash, Ronald. 1999. "Destination and Mode Choice Models for Non-Motorized
Travel," Transportation Research Record 1674, 1999, pp. 1-8.
Harkey, David L., Donald W. Reinfurt, and Alex Sorton. 1998. The Bicycle
Compatibility Index: A Level of Service Concept. Federal Highway
IHT. 1998. Guidelines on Cycle Audit and Cycle Review. Institution of
Highway and Transportation (U.K.; www.iht.org).
ITE. 1998. Design and Safety of Pedestrian Facilities, A Recommended
Practice, Institute of Transportation Engineers (202-554-8050; www.ite.org).
Katz, Rod. 1995. "Modeling Bicycle Demand as a Mainstream Transportation
Planning Function," Transportation Research Record 1502, pp. 22-28.
Landis, Bruce. Feb. 1996. "Bicycle System Performance Measure," ITE
Journal, pp. 18-26.
Landis, Bruce, Russell Ottenberg, and Venkat Vattikuti. 1999. The Roadside
Pedestrian Environment: Toward A Comprehensive Level of Service, Paper
990570, Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting
Levitte, Yael M. 1999. Bicycle Demand Analysis - A Toronto Case Study.
Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting, #990369.
Litman, et al. 2000. Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning; Guide to Best
Practices. VTPI (Victoria, www.vtpi.org).
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.
1997. Effects of Site Design on Pedestrian Travel in Mixed-use,
Medium-Density Environments. Washington State Transportation Center
(www.wsdot.wa.gov), Washington State Department of Transportation.
Nelson, Arthur and Allen, David. 1997. "If You Build Them, Commuters Will
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Transportation Research Record 1578, pp. 79-83.
NHI. 1996. Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety and Accommodation; Participants
Handbook, National Highway Institute Course No. 38061, National Traffic
Safety Administration, Federal Highway Administration (available from
Osberg, J. Scott, Stephanie Faul, Joshua Poole, and John McHenry. 2000.
Skating: An Emerging Mode of Transportation. Transportation Research Board
PBQD. December 1993. The Pedestrian Environment, 1000 Friends of Oregon
Porter, Christopher, John Suhrbier, and William Schwartz. 1999.
"Forecasting Bicycle and Pedestrian Travel: State of the Practice and
Research Needs," Transportation Research Record 1674, pp. 94-100.
Portland Office of Transportation. 1998. Portland Pedestrian Design Guide
City of Portland
PT. May 2000. "How Far Should Patrons Have to Walk After They Park?"
Parking Today. pp. 34-36.
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Roads and Streets, Swedish National Road Administration, Section for Road
Planning (www.vv.se). Available at www.vtpi.org.
Rietveld, P. January 2000. "Nonmotorized Modes in Transport Systems: A
Multimodal Chain Perspective for The Netherlands." Transportation Research
D, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 31-36.
Rintoul, Donald. 1995. Social Cost of Transverse Barrier Effects, Planning
Services Branch, B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Highways (Victoria;
Rossi, Thomas F. 2000. Modeling Non-Motorized Travel. Transportation
Research Board Annual Meeting, Paper 00-0492.
Russell, John and Julian Hine. January 1996. "Impact of Traffic on
Pedestrian Behaviour; Measuring the Traffic Barrier," Traffic Engineering
and Control, Vol. 37, No. 1, pp. 16-19.
Schwartz, W.L., C.D. Porter, G.C. Payne, J.H. Suhrbier, P.C. Moe, and W.L.
Wilkinson III. 1999. Guidebook on Methods to Estimate NonMotorized Travel:
Overview of Methods. Prepared by the Turner-Fairbanks Highway Research
Center for Federal Highway Administration, Publication No. FHWA-RD-98-166
(available at www.tfhrc.gov).
Sorton, Alex and Thomas Walsh. 1995. "Bicycle Stress Level as a Tool to
Evaluate Urban and Suburban Bicycle Computability," Transportation Research
Record 1438, TRB, (www4.nationalacademies.org/trb/homepage.nsf), pp. 17-24.
TRB. 2000. Highway Capacity Manual. Transportation Research Board.
University of North Carolina. 1994. A Compendium of Available Bicycle and
Pedestrian Trip Generation Data in the United States, Supplement to the
National Bicycling and Walking Study, FHWA, USDOT (available through
Wellar, Barry. 1998. Walking Security Index; Final Report. Geography
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