Campus on two wheels : increasing bicycle mode share on the UT-Austin campus

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Title: Campus on two wheels : increasing bicycle mode share on the UT-Austin campus
Author: Rosenbarger, Elizabeth Mae
Abstract: This research report examines infrastructure strategies to increase the bicycle commute mode share. By analyzing existing conditions and results from on-campus participatory events, recommendations to improve and increase bicycling at the University of Texas at Austin campus are proposed. This report includes a literature review of sustainable transportation and university campuses, bicycle infrastructure best practices, bicyclist route preferences, evaluations of bicycle infrastructure, the role of bicycling in past master plans at the UT-Austin campus, and bicycling in other university’s plans. Existing conditions analyze the characteristics of streets in and around campus and data from the Bike-UT survey is discussed. Participatory research events are described and their findings analyzed to better understand how current bicyclists perceive spaces on campus and make their route choices. Finally, considering best practices, existing conditions, and findings from campus research events, recommendations are proposed to increase the bicycle mode share on the UT-Austin campus.
Department: Community and Regional Planning
Subject: Bicycling Bicycle transportation Sustainability Sustainable transportation Campus planning
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/ETD-UT-2012-08-6134
Date: 2012-08

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