Scientific publications & Reports for Starter Cycling Cities:
- EC Directorate-general for Mobility and Transport (2017). Support study on data collection and analysis of active modes use and infrastructure in Europe. Brussels: European Commission – the study addresses the lack of comparable statistics concerning walking and cycling in the EU. Portugal stands out for the low rating of walking and cycling friendliness and for the lack of detailed data on active modes.
- Marqués, R.; Hernández-Herrador, V.; Calvo-Salazar, M.; García-Cebriánc, J.A. (2015). How infrastructure can promote cycling in cities: Lessons from Seville. Research in Transportation Economics 53, 31-44.
- Marqués, R.; Hernández-Herrador, V.; Calvo-Salazar, M. (2014). Sevilla: A Successful Experience of Bicycle Promotion In A Mediterranean Context. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 193, 769 – 781.
- Rosas-Satizábal, D. (2018). Factors and policies explaining the emergence of the bicycle commuter in Bogotá. Case Studies on Transport Policy, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cstp.2018.12.007.
- Savan, B.; Cohlmeyer, E.; Ledsham, T. (2017). Integrated strategies to accelerate the adoption of cycling for transportation. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 46, 236–249.