Town Planning Review

Visioning transport futures through windows of opportunity: changing streets and human-scaled networks

Town Planning Review (2021), 92, (2), 157–163.

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ZHANG, H., SHAHEEN, S. A. and CHEN, X. (2014), ‘Bicycle evolution in China: from the 1900s to the present’, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 8, 317-35. Google Scholar

ARASAN, V. T., RENGARAJU, V. R. and RAO, K. K. (1994), ‘Characteristics of trips by foot and bicycle modes in Indian city’, Journal of Transportation Engineering, 120, 283-94. Google Scholar

BERTOLINI, L. (2007), ‘Evolutionary urban transportation planning: an exploration’, Environment and Planning A, 39, 1998-2019. Google Scholar

CAPASSO DA SILVA, D., KING, D. A. and LEMAR, S. (2020), ‘Accessibility in practice: 20-minute city as a sustainability planning goal’, Sustainability, 12, 129. Google Scholar

COMBS, T. (2020), Local Actions to Support Walking and Cycling During Social Distancing Dataset, http://pedbikeinfo.org/resources/resources_details.cfm?id=5209. Google Scholar

GLASER, M., KRIZEK, K. J. and KING, D. A. (2020), ‘Accelerating reform to govern streets in support of human-scaled accessibility’, Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives, 7, 100-99. Google Scholar

HARMS, L. and KANSEN, M. (2018), Cycling Facts (Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM)). The Hague, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management. Google Scholar

HESS, P. M. (2009), ‘Avenues or arterials: the struggle to change street building practices in Toronto, Canada’, Journal of Urban Design, 14, 1-28. Google Scholar

IACONO, M., KRIZEK, K. and EL-GENEIDY, A. M. (2008), Access to Destinations: How Close Is Close Enough? Estimating Accurate Distance Decay Functions for Multiple Modes and Different Purposes, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota. Google Scholar

KING, D. A. and KRIZEK, K. J. (2020), ‘The power of reforming streets to boost access for human-scaled vehicles’, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 83, 102336. Google Scholar

KRIZEK, K. J. and McGUCKIN, N. (2019), ‘Shedding NHTS light on the use of little vehicles in urban areas’, Transport Findings, https://transportfindings.org/article/10777-shedding-nhts-light-on-the-use-of-little-vehicles-in-urban-areas (accessed 14 July 2020). Google Scholar

LEVINSON, D. M. and KRIZEK, K. J. (2018), Metropolitan Transport and Land Use: Planning for Place and Plexus, New York, Routledge. Google Scholar

NELLO-DEAKIN, S. (2020), ‘Environmental determinants of cycling: not seeing the forest for the trees?’, Journal of Transport Geography, 85, 102704. Google Scholar

OWEN, A. and MURPHY, B. (2019), Access Across America (CTS report no. 19-19), University of Minnesota, Center for Transportation Studies, Accessibility Observatory. Google Scholar

PUCHER, J. and BUEHLER, R. (2017), ‘Cycling towards a more sustainable transport future’, Transport Reviews, 37, 689-94. Google Scholar

ROGERS, E. M. (2010), Diffusion of Innovations, New York, Simon and Schuster. Google Scholar

ZHANG, H., SHAHEEN, S. A. and CHEN, X. (2014), ‘Bicycle evolution in China: from the 1900s to the present’, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 8, 317-35. Google Scholar

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King, David A.

Krizek, Kevin J.