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Bicycles in developing countries

1 June 2006

Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1939 explores the influence of pavement markings on the distance between bicyclists and parked cars, the characteristics of successful push-button–integrated accessible pedestrian signals, the design of a survey about shared-use path safety, the development of an international vehicle emissions model, and more.  More

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