TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 770: Estimating Bicycling and Walking for Planning and Project Development: A Guidebook contains methods and tools for practitioners to estimate bicycling and walking demand as part of regional-, corridor-, or project-level analyses.
The products of the research include a guidebook for practitioners on a range of methods for estimating bicycling and walking activity and a CD-ROM containing a GIS Walk Accessibility Model, spreadsheets, and the contractor’s final report, which documents the research and tools that operationalize the methods described in the guidebook.
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Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||7-12|
|Chapter 2 - Fast Facts about Walking and Bicycling||13-20|
|Chapter 3 - Factors Affecting Walking and Biking||21-29|
|Chapter 4 - Best-Practice Methods for Estimating Bicycle and Pedestrian Demand||30-58|
|Chapter 5 - Application of Methods||59-115|
|Appendix A - Seattle Tour-Generation and Mode-Choice Models||119-125|
|Appendix B - Enhanced Four-Step Process||126-135|
|Appendix C - Portland Pedestrian Model Enhancement||136-138|
|Appendix D - Baltimore PedContext Model||139-143|
|Appendix E - Baltimore MoPeD Model||144-146|
|Appendix F - Portland Bicycle Route Choice Model||147-149|
|Appendix G - Direct Demand Models||150-152|
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