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The good and the bad - Bicyclists' Experiences in Copenhagen

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Presentation at the 2012 Cycling and Society Symposion, London

Presentation at the 2012 Cycling and Society Symposion, London

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  • 1. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 The Good and the Bad – Bicyclists’ Experiences In Copenhagen 1) 1) 2) 1) Forest & Landscape, University of Copenhagen 2) Department of Transport, Technical University of Denmark Bernhard Snizek Thomas Sick Nielsen Hans Skov-Petersen
  • 2. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Introduction Goal Methodology Results
  • 3. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 INTRODUCTION > Mapping of experiences (Nold 2006) Emotion map (Leahu & Schwenk, 2008) Arousal Map
  • 4. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Cyclists’ Experiences spatially explicit cycling experiences are rarely studied: land use traffic intensity pollution, noise pedestrians infrastructure
  • 5. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Goal Are the characteristics of elements and locations of the city correlated to the likelihood of having a positive or negative cycling experience.
  • 6. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Methodology data collection data processing framework for relating cyclists’ experiences to urban phenomena
  • 7. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data collection online, map-based questionnaire
  • 8. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing Removal of erroneously drawn routes
  • 9. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing Map matching
  • 10. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing Dots projected onto their respective routes
  • 11. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing - dots > 100m away from routes omitted - 554 positive and 336 negative experiences
  • 12. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing 86,332 non experience points laid out on routes; distance 50m
  • 13. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing - GIS layers selected or created - GIS layers’ data added to points
  • 14. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Framework Cycling facilities and level of service for cyclists - Roads with cycle facilities no cycling facilities cycle path (curb) cycle lane (markings)
 off road path (cyclists) off road path (mixed)
  • 15. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Framework Cycling facilities and level of service for cyclists - Distance to nearest cycle rack - Number of bike racks within 100m
  • 16. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Framework Street types Primary roads Secondary roads Residential streets - detached or semi-detached housing Residential streets with multi-storey housing Cycle paths exclusively for bikes Mixed paths for cyclists and pedestrians
  • 17. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Framework distance to closest bus stop distance to nearest intersection distance to the nearest traffic lights Road environments
  • 18. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Framework Urban density & centrality Distance to town hall Number of companies within 100m Number of retail units within 100m Distance to closest water or green area Percentage of green of route segments Green
  • 19. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Framework Route related measures Deviations from the direct line (origin-destination) The angle between the current segment and the line from the experience point towards town hall.
  • 20. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Geographic distribution of the dots
  • 21. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Model Multinomial regression Probability of a positive experience vs. no experience Probability of a negative experience vs. no experience
  • 22. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Results increase the probability for a positive experience reduce the probability for a positive experience increase the probability for a negative experience reduce the probability for a negative experience
  • 23. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Results increase the probability of a positive experience availability of cycling facilities (CPH style) greater distance to bus stops high percentage of green short distance to water bodies short distance to town hall
  • 24. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Results reduce the probability of a positive experience primary roads secondary roads greater distance to direct line
  • 25. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Results increase the probability of a negative experience closeness to intersections companies within 100m
  • 26. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Results reduce the probability of a negative experience greenness of cycling environment residential street primary road availability of on-route cycling facilities
  • 27. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Perspectives develop a cycle environment surface mapping of hotspots visualisation could aid planning processes
  • 28. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Thank you

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