Brochures, Letters, Media


Safety Evidence for Bicycling

Bicyclists’ injuries and the cycling environment: Results of the “BICE” Study

Route preferences & other motivators & deterrents: Results of the Cycling in Cities survey

3 Preferred bike route types

How far out of the way will we travel? How the built environment influences route selection for bicycle travel

The impact of transportation infrastructure on bicycling injuries or crashes: A review of the evidence

Active transportation in urban areas: Exploring health benefits and risks


Letter providing input to the Township of Langley 2015 Cycling Plan

Letter to Minister Todd Stone about the BC Transportation Plan

Commentary on the “route types for best cycling expenditures” for the Ontario Municipal Cycling Infrastructure Program

CityLab interview and unpublished Letter to the Editor on AJPH article “Public bike share programs & head injuries”

Letter to Minister Todd Stone about BC Rural Highway Speed Review

Letter to the Ontario Coroner for the review of bicycling deaths

newspaper, blog & magazine articles

Great bike routes to increase cycling and reduce injuries. In The Safety Network, Issue 2 2016

Is cycling safe? In Momentum Magazine, December 2014

Designing Cities for Cycling: Route designs to motivate cycling & reduce injuries In Curb Magazine, Fall 2013

Risks of cycling, walking and driving put in context In the Vancouver Sun, July 2013

Transition from Campus to Community at UBC: Thinking about Schools and Transportation In the Campus Resident, June 2013

What is a “protected” or “separated” bike lane or “cycle track”? In Spokes Dunedin, February 2013

What are the Health Risks and Benefits to Cycling? In the Campus Resident, December 2012



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