The good and the bad - Bicyclists' Experiences in Copenhagen

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The good and the bad - Bicyclists' Experiences in Copenhagen

  1. 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. 2. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Introduction Goal Methodology Results
  3. 3. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 INTRODUCTION > Mapping of experiences (Nold 2006) Emotion map (Leahu & Schwenk, 2008) Arousal Map
  4. 4. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Cyclists’ Experiences spatially explicit cycling experiences are rarely studied: land use traffic intensity pollution, noise pedestrians infrastructure
  5. 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. 6. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Methodology data collection data processing framework for relating cyclists’ experiences to urban phenomena
  7. 7. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data collection online, map-based questionnaire
  8. 8. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing Removal of erroneously drawn routes
  9. 9. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing Map matching
  10. 10. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing Dots projected onto their respective routes
  11. 11. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing - dots > 100m away from routes omitted - 554 positive and 336 negative experiences
  12. 12. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing 86,332 non experience points laid out on routes; distance 50m
  13. 13. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Data Processing - GIS layers selected or created - GIS layers’ data added to points
  14. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 20. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Geographic distribution of the dots
  21. 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. 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. 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. 24. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Results reduce the probability of a positive experience primary roads secondary roads greater distance to direct line
  25. 25. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Results increase the probability of a negative experience closeness to intersections companies within 100m
  26. 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. 27. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Perspectives develop a cycle environment surface mapping of hotspots visualisation could aid planning processes
  28. 28. Cycling and Society Symposium 2012 Thank you

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