Bicycling Strategy Paper References
American Obesity Association. AOA Fact Sheets. http://obesity1.tempdomainname.com/subs/fastfacts/obesity_US.shtml
Barnes, Gary. 2004. The Benefits of Bicycling in Minnesota.
Barnes, Gary, Kristin Thompson, and Kevin Krizek. http://www.hhh.umn.edu/img/assets/20163/effect_bike_facilities_mode_share_krizek.pdf
California Department of Transportation. 2005. Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities in California: A Technical Reference and Technology Transfer Synthesis for Caltrans Planners and Engineers. http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/traffops/survey/pedestrian/TR_MAY0405.pdf
Cerreno, Allison L.C. de and My Linh H. Nguyen-Novotny. January 2006. Pedestrian and Bicyclist Standards and Innovations in Large Central Cities. Rudin Center for Transportation and Management. Retrieved from: http://wagner.nyu.edu/rudincenter/files/bikeped.pdf
Center for Neighborhood Technology and the Surface Transportation Policy Project. 2005. Driven to Spend: Pumping Dollars out of Our Households and Communities. http://www.transact.org/report.asp?id=236
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Behavior Risk Factor Surveillance System. http://www.cdc.gov/brfss/
Chicago Area Transportation Study. 2007. 2030 Regional Transportation Plan.
Chicago Area Transportation Study. 2004. Task 2 Report: Existing Conditions and Regional Trends. http://www.solesandspokes.com/Task2FinalReport.pdf
Dill, Jennifer and Theresa Carr. 2003. Bicycle Commuting and Facilities in Major US Cities. Transportation Research Record. http://tinyurl.com/yurt22
Emily Drennen. 2003. Economic Effects of Traffic Calming on Urban Small Businesses, Masters Thesis. San Francisco State University.
Federal Highway Administration. Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections to Transit: Lesson 9. Retrieved from: http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/PED_BIKE/univcourse/pdf/swless09.pdf
Frank, Lawrence D., Martin Andresen, and Thomas Schmid. 2004. Obesity Relationships with Community Design, Physical Activity, and Time Spent in Cars. http://choices4health.org/resourceFiles/73.pdf
Litman, Todd. 2004. Quantifying the Benefits of Non-motorized Transportation for Achieving Mobility Management Objectives. http://www.vtpi.org/nmt-tdm.pdf
Nelson, Arthur and David Allen. 1997. If You Build Them, Commuters Will Use Them: Association between Bicycle Facilities and Bicycle Commuting. Transportation Research Record. http://www.enhancements.org/download/trb/1578-10.PDF
Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission. 2006. 2040 Regional Framework Plan.
Poindexter, Gavin, Kevin J. Krizek, Gary Barnes, and Kristen Thompson. 2007. Guidelines for benefit-cost analysis of bicycle facilities: refining methods for estimating the effect of bicycle infrastructure on use and property values. http://www.mrutc.org/research/0607/Benefit-CostAnalysisofBicycleFacilities_FINAL2.pdf
Pucher, John and Lewis Dijkstra. 2003. Netherlands and Germany. Public Health Matters - American Public Health Association. Retrieved from: http://www.ajph.org/cgi/content/full/93/9/1509.
Tresidder, John. 2005. Using GIS to Measure Connectivity. Portland State University. http://web.pdx.edu/~jdill/Tresidder_Using_GIS_to_Measure_Connectivity.pdf
U.S. Department of Transportation, 2005. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration: Motor Vehicle Traffic Crashes as a Leading Cause of Death in the U.S., 2002 – A Demographic Perspective. http://www-nrd.nhtsa.dot.gov/pdf/nrd-30/NCSA/Rpts/2005/809843.pdf
U.S. Department of Transportation. 1999. FHWA Guidance: Bicycle and Pedestrian Provisions of Federal Transportation Legislation. http://safety.fhwa.dot.gov/PED_BIKE/docs/pb_memo1999Guidance.pdf
U.S. Department of Transportation. FHWA University Course on Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation. http://www.tfhrc.gov/safety/pedbike/pubs/05085/index.htm
Webbel, Suzanne. 2000. Trail Effects on Neighborhoods: Home Value, Safety, Quality of Life. http://www.americantrails.org/resources/adjacent/sumadjacent.html
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