Resources

Everyone loves to hate bicyclists:

Sadik-Khan, J. (2017). Streetfight: handbook for an urban revolution. New York, NY: Penguin Books.

Watch out for tacks!:

Moon, R. (2011, June 14). Strewn thumbtacks create chaos for cyclists in Va. Beach. Retrieved September 03, 2017.

San Francisco nails bikers:

Boyce, D. (2015, September 22). Tacks scattered on Woodside roads are hazard to bicyclists. Retrieved September 03, 2017.

All for one and one for all:

Crow, A. & Broach, E. (2012). Recreation cyclists, drivers, and challenges to sharing the road: An analysis of an online exchange in the United States about rights to the road. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance, December  2012 (Supplement 3), 15-22.

From tweet to war of worlds:

Halsey, A. (2014, July 07). NPR’s Scott Simon: ‘Cyclists think they’re above the law.’. Retrieved September 04, 2017.

Maybe you’re the problem:

Alviani, C. (2014, July 07). Why bikes make smart people say dumb things. Retrieved September 04, 2017.

It’s not what you think:

Tuckel, P., Milczarski, W., & Maisel, R. (2014). Pedestrian injuries due to collisions with bicycles in New York and CaliforniaJournal of Safety Research, 51, 7-13. Retrieved September 5, 2017.

Real or perceived:

Slovic, P. (1999). Trust, Emotion, Sex, Politics, and Science: Surveying the Risk-Assessment BattlefieldRisk Analysis, 19(4), 689-701. Retrieved September 5, 2017.

Do helmets=protection?:

Walker, P. (2017, March 21). The big bike helmet debate: ‘You don’t make it safe by forcing cyclists to dress for urban warfare’. Retrieved September 06, 2017.

Steering away from how you say:

Andersen, M. (2015, February 04). How smart language helped end Seattle’s paralyzing bikelash. Retrieved September 06, 2017.

Maryland vs Virginia:

Dresser, M. (2011, August 22). MVA gets something right in manual. Retrieved September 07, 2017.

Maryland Drivers Manual. (n.d.). Retrieved September 07, 2017.

Virginia Drivers Manual. (n.d.). Retrieved September 07, 2017.

Advising new roads:

Lindeke, B. (2014, September 30). Writers’ round-up: advisory bike lanes. Retrieved September 09, 2017.

NetherlandsDOC2012. (2012, July 19). Advisory Lanes: Max Configuration — Bike-Car/Bike-Car-Bike [Video file].

NetherlandsDOC2012. (2012, July 19). Advisory Lanes: Max Configuration — Bike-Car/Bike-Car-Bike [Video file].

Potomac Greens Drive Advisory Bicycle Lanes. (2015, May 22). Retrieved September 09, 2017.

Sadik-Khan, J. (2017). Streetfight: handbook for an urban revolution. New York, NY: Penguin Books.

Schmitt, A. (2014, September 25). Portland tries out “advisory bike lanes”. Retrieved September 09, 2017.

Speck, J. (2014, October 06). Why 12-foot traffic lanes are disastrous for safety and must be replaced now. Retrieved September 09, 2017.

Read the signs:

Snyder, T. (2015, September 02). “Share the road” signs don’t work. Retrieved September 09, 2017.

A new vision:

Vision Zero. (2017, September 01). Retrieved September 09, 2017.

Wake up, Seattle:

Best Practices White Paper: Road User Behavior Change Campaigns. (2013). Seattle Bicycle Master Plan Update. Retrieved September 10, 2017.

Follow the cycle:

Road safety communication campaigns: manual for design, implementation and evaluation (abridged version). (2010). Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

Persuading the people:

Cialdini, R. (2006). Chapter 2: Reciprocation. In Influence: the psychology of persuasion (pp. 19-50). Harper Collins.

Cialdini, R. (2006). Chapter 3: Commitment and consistency. In Influence: the psychology of persuasion (pp. 43-86). Harper Collins.

Taking a page from UC Davis’s book:

UCDavisTAPS. (2013). UC Davis TAPS BEEP video [Video file].

Fehrandepeers. (2014, April 28). UC Davis: a leading bicycle-friendly campus [Video file].

Pack a punch:

UCDavisTAPS. (2013). UC Davis TAPS BEEP video [Video file].

Different spokes for different folks:

Bicycle program. (n.d.). UC Davis Transportation Services. Retrieved September 14, 2017.

Find your sustainable commute options. (n.d.). Stanford Parking & Transportation Services. Retrieved September 14, 2017.

Transportation at JMU. (n.d.). James Madison University. Retrieved September 14, 2017.

Planning for progress:

Bicycle and pedestrian master plan. (n.d.). James Madison University. Retrieved September 14, 2017.

What about walking:

Call to action. (n.d.). US Department of Health & Human Services. Retrieved September 15, 2017.

Step it up! The Surgeon General’s call to action to promote walking and walkable communities. (n.d.). US Department of Health & Human Services. Retrieved September 15, 2017.

Storytelling to change:

A changemaker’s guide to storytelling: how to engage heads, hearts and hands to drive change. (n.d.). Retrieved September 16, 2017.

Orienting new riders:

James Madison University. (2015, August 21). JMU bike safety [Video file].

Videos that stick:

University of Utah. (2013, November 20). A bicycle friendly campus — the University of Utah [Video file].

The road ahead:

Bicycling’s go faster eating plan. (2016, April 26). Retrieved September 18, 2017.

Culture, equity and cycle infrastructure. (2015, November 09). Retrieved September 18, 2017.

Everett, M. (2014, February 03). Nutrition plan for cycling. Retrieved September 18, 2017.

Smart cycling. (2016, August 26). The League of American Bicyclists. Retrieved September 18, 2017.

 

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