Bike Infrastructures

Victor Silva, Henrik Harder, Ole B. Jensen, Jens Chr. Overgaard Madsen

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Abstract

Bike Infrastructures aims to identify bicycle infrastructure
typologies and design elements that can help promote
cycling significantly. It is structured as a case study based
research where three cycling infrastructures with distinct
typologies were analyzed and compared. The three cases
are Vestergade Vest and Mageløs in Odense (shareduse
space in the core of the city); Hans Broges Gade in
Aarhus (an extension of a bicycle route linking the suburb
to Aarhus Central station) and Bryggebro in Copenhagen
(a bridge for bicyclists and pedestrians crossing the harbor).
Bridging research and policy, the findings of this research
project can also support bike friendly design and
planning, and cyclist advocacy.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAalborg University
PublisherDepartmental Working Paper Series, Dept. of Architecture, Design and Media Technology
Volume37
Edition1
Number of pages203
Publication statusPublished - 2010
SeriesDepartmental Working Paper Series
Volume37
ISSN1603-6204

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Keywords

  • Mobility
  • Bike Infrastructure

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Silva, V., Harder, H., Jensen, O. B., & Madsen, J. C. O. (2010). Bike Infrastructures. (1 ed.) Aalborg University: Departmental Working Paper Series, Dept. of Architecture, Design and Media Technology. Departmental Working Paper Series, Vol.. 37
Silva, Victor ; Harder, Henrik ; Jensen, Ole B. ; Madsen, Jens Chr. Overgaard. / Bike Infrastructures. 1 ed. Aalborg University : Departmental Working Paper Series, Dept. of Architecture, Design and Media Technology, 2010. 203 p. (Departmental Working Paper Series, Vol. 37).
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Bike Infrastructures. / Silva, Victor; Harder, Henrik; Jensen, Ole B.; Madsen, Jens Chr. Overgaard.

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