bicycle traffic

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To date, multilane CA model has been applied in a variety of studies to the simulation of bicycle traffic.
In addition to bicycle traffic counts recorded with pneumatic tubes, this study takes advantage of a previous study using the smartphone application CycleTracks (Sall n.
It's close to major transportation lines for employees and the strong foot, car and bicycle traffic bodes well for any retailer.
The article examined the importance of planning in the post-war decline of bicycle traffic.
They are issued yellow vests and instructed to control bicycle traffic at choke points along the route where riders have to negotiate turns, downhills, or road hazards.
Now in all our new projects we have to draw up a plan so that the streets are adapted to bicycle traffic," he said, in the Qatari daily The Peninsula yesterday.
She noted that as more people take up bicycling as an inexpensive and environmentally friendly commuting tactic, upgrades in the separation of auto and bicycle traffic will be needed.
Join us on this journey to see what other countries are doing to integrate these travel modes into their transportation systems to make their communities more livable and safer for foot and bicycle traffic.
Overall, since the congestion charge was adopted, car and minicab traffic into the central city has dropped 36%, while bicycle traffic has increased 50%.
Part of the problem is the design of both cities and suburbs; few areas encourage pedestrian or bicycle traffic.
You can conceivably get into a situation where you've got bicycle traffic on both sides of the roads, and you've got two drivers in the center lane,'' said Sean Comey, a spokesman for the Auto Club of Northern California.
Austin's growth, combined with the bridge's key location near the center of the hiking and biking trails, has resulted in heavy pedestrian and bicycle traffic in addition to vehicle traffic.
The summer was huge, and now it is time--for the return of cool weather; for getting used to the increased foot and bicycle traffic around campus; for getting this Spring/Summer issue of Feminist Collections out the door and starting to edit the Fall one.
Quickly, a team of 25 planners was formed, strictly to design the different bicycle facilities that would be necessary for safe and efficient circulation of bicycle traffic.