CYCLE LANE

The gender gap in bike lane use in Barcelona.

The gender gap in bike lane use in Barcelona.

The BACC recently published a study aimed at analyzing the use of bike lanes in the city of Barcelona. The study recorded the data at nine bike lane locations in the city, morning and evening, in two rush-hour time slots. Its findings regarding women's use of the...

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What makes a cycle track attractive to cyclists?

What makes a cycle track attractive to cyclists?

In recent years, the length and quality of cycle tracks has grown around the world. Cities try to reduce the presence of motor vehicles on their streets while promoting the use of bicycles. This has led to the construction of new cycle tracks that attract more...

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The knock-on effect of the new bike lanes in cities.

The knock-on effect of the new bike lanes in cities.

The construction of new bike lanes generates a knock-on effect that increases the number of citizens who use bicycles not only on the streets where these bike lanes are but throughout the city. This is one of the main conclusions of a recently published study on...

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Accessible products and services.

Accessible products and services.

The demand for accessible products and services in the United States and Canada is already high, and the number of citizens with disabilities or functional limitations who need them is set to grow significantly with the progressive aging of the population. In an...

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Safe Streets for Everyone.

Safe Streets for Everyone.

The League of American Bicyclists cancelled the in-person 15-17 March National Bike Summit and made it an online experience for the first time because of the COVID-19 emergency. At this summit,  advocates were coming together to collaborate on a shared vision of Safe...

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