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Cycle streets have been implemented in many urban areas around the world in recent years to make cycling safer and more attractive. In these streets, cyclists have priority over motorised traffic. They are allowed to use the entire roadway and determine traffic speed. However, there have been no standardised design guidelines for cycle streets to d...
The impact of local environment characteristics on individual cycling behaviour has been discussed in transport research for several years. Many previous studies have, however, primarily focused on the presence and distribution of built environment elements, considered using georeferenced or census data. This paper argues that not only is the objec...
To promote non-motorised travel, many travel behaviour studies acknowledge the importance of the built environment to modal choice, for example with its density or mix of uses. From a mobility design theory perspective, however, objects and environments affect human perceptions, assessments and behaviour in at least three different ways: by their p...
In order to encourage a shift from the car to the more sustainable transport mode of cycling, cycle streets have been implemented in cities all over the world in the last few years. In these shared streets, the entire carriageway is designated for cyclists, while motorized traffic is subordinated. However, evidence on the impact of cycle street int...
In this article, we explore the relationship between location-dependent hashtags and the con-struction of space, as well as the implications that their interplay has for geography education. Hashtags referring to a specific place, e.g. #Frankfurt, acquire spatial impact when they are combined with certain traits of that place in a single post. We a...
iACCESS is a project funded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (2020-2022). iACCESS’ overall objective is to empirically analyse the impact of e-shopping on in-store travel behaviour for the whole of Germany. This is a very relevant topic for the post-COVID-19-society when lockdowns and social distancing have likely increase e-shopping rates.