Scientific Papers Files found:   7
Title Description Author Filesize
AN ANALYSIS FRAMEWORK TO ASSESS AUTOMOBILE, PUBLIC TRANSPORT AND BIKE USAGE IN WEST AND EASTERN EUROPE   Joerg Schweizer, Jason N. Meggs, Nazanin R. Dehkordi, Federico Rupi, Anton Pashkevic 
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Can PRT Resolve Conflicts between Public Transport and Walking and Bicycling?   Joerg Schweizer, Jason Meggs, Frederico Rupi 
532  kByte
Effects of Bicycle Facility Provision on Mortality Prevention and GHG Reduction: Cost-Benefit Analyses within the BICY Project (DRAFT) Abstract—Cost-benefit analysis (CBA) has been conducted to
examine the estimated effects of the provision of new bicycle
infrastructure in a range of cities in Central Europe, based on results
of the BICY Project. In particular, anticipated reductions in
greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and all-cause mortality (as found
with WHO Europe’s HEAT tool) are presented here. The key
finding: investing in bicycle infrastructure is strongly anticipated to
return benefits valued at many times the initial investment, magnified
by rapid action. A range of policy actions are considered.  
Jason N. Meggs, Joerg Schweizer 
603  kByte
Effects of Bicycle Facility Provision on Mortality Prevention and GHG Reduction: Cost-Benefit Analyses within the BICY Project Abstract—Cost-benefit analysis (CBA) has been conducted to
examine the estimated effects of the provision of new bicycle
infrastructure in a range of cities in Central Europe, based on results
of the BICY Project. In particular, anticipated reductions in
greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and all-cause mortality (as found
with WHO Europe’s HEAT tool) are presented here. The key
finding: investing in bicycle infrastructure is strongly anticipated to
return benefits valued at many times the initial investment, magnified
by rapid action. A range of policy actions are considered.  
Jason N. Meggs, Joerg Schweizer  
603  kByte
PRT Mode Share Estimations Direct demand stated preference method predictions of mode share in various scenarios  Joerg Schweizer, Jason Meggs 
577  kByte
The future of bicycling given a world in degrowth: perspectives and lessons based on the Central European project, BICY The bicycle offers much for a world correcting through degrowth. As a resource-light vehicle, and long
the most energy-efficient form of ground transport, bicycling offers low-carbon, healthy travel with
superior mobility characteristics over motor vehicles and public transport for a large share of urban trips. 
Jason N. Meggs, Joerg Schweizer 
905  kByte
Unified, Low-Cost Analysis Framework for the Cycling Situation in Cities This is the primary description of the BICY Detailed Mobility Survey method and results, complementary to the Methodology Manual  Joerg Schweizer, Jason N. Meggs, Nazanin R. Dehkordi, Frederico Rupi, Anton Pashkevich  
1.884  kByte

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