by John Pucher Author and Ralph Buehler Author
Bicycling for transportation has been booming in cities around the world in the last 20 years. This collection of research papers demonstrate the health, environmental, and economic benefits of encouraging urban cycling. Case studies show different approaches that have worked (or not worked) in various conditions and environments, and offer insight into urban planning best practices and government policies designed to make the bike an easy and safe transportation choice.
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