active travel

Active Transportation Benefit-Cost Tool

  • Principal Investigator Susan Handy, Ph.D.
  • University of California, Davis
This project will develop a tool to evaluate the costs and benefits of active transportation projects as a part of Caltrans Active Transportation Program project evaluation.
Project Status
In Progress

Dock‐based and Dockless Bikesharing Systems: Analysis of Equitable Access for Disadvantaged Communities

  • Principal Investigator Miguel Jaller, Ph.D.
  • University of California, Davis
The objectives of this project are to expand the previous work to evaluate the potential benefits of dockless systems to improve accessibility to disadvantaged communities, and to compare them with dock‐based systems. Specifically, the project will analyze the difference in service levels among dock‐based and dockless systems.
Project Status
In Progress

Estimates of Miles Walked and Biked in California by Census Tract

  • Principal Investigator Susan Handy, Ph.D.
  • University of California, Davis

Objective: This project developed a new method to estimate cyclist and pedestrian activity at the census tract level of geography based on a combination of travel survey, census, a

Project Status
Complete

Exploring the Potential of Solar-powered Micromobility

  • Principal Investigator Beth Ferguson
  • University of California, Davis
This proposed project will examine a solar-powered electric bicycle and scooter charging station to measure the potential for solar-powered active travel.
Project Status
In Progress