Cyclists and noncyclists have a wide range of perceptions of on-street bicycling facility designs — including sharrows, bike lanes, and buffered bike lanes — along a variety of roadway types, with and without curbside automobile parking.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Research Report 941: Bicyclist Facility Preferences and Effects on Increasing Bicycle Trips provides insights from communities where on-road cycling for transportation is less common, particularly in the Southeast U.S.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||4-6|
|Chapter 2 - Study Methodology||7-21|
|Chapter 3 - Focus Group Findings||22-28|
|Chapter 4 - Description of Survey Respondents||29-33|
|Chapter 5 - Expressed Comfort, Safety, and Willingness to Try Cycling||34-50|
|Chapter 6 - Perceptions of Transportation Change||51-63|
|Chapter 7 - Changes in Comfort, Safety, Willingness to Try Cycling, and Actual Cycling Behavior||64-68|
|Chapter 8 - Conclusions and Application of Findings for Decision-Making||69-76|
|Appendix A - Focus Group Presentation Materials||81-93|
|Appendix B - Before Survey||94-114|
|Appendix C - After Survey||115-131|
|Appendix D - Survey Demographics||132-133|
|Appendix E - Alternatives to Regression||134-138|
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