Found 31 documents.

Scenarios of crashes involving light mopeds on urban bicycle paths

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Published: 2019 : Davidse, R.J.; Duijvenvoorde, K. van; Boele-Vos, M.J.; Louwerse, W.J.R.; Stelling-Konczak, A.; Duivenvoorden, C.W.A.E.; Algera, A.J.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Powered two-wheeler,
In the Netherlands, cyclists have to share the bicycle path with light moped riders. These riders are allowed to ride 25 km/h and do not have to wear a helmet (Dutch regulation). Due to several...

Social environment versus cycling competency predicting risk-taking in 11- to 13-year-old cyclists in the Netherlands

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Published: 2019 : Twisk, D.; Vlakveld, W.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Human behaviour in traffic, Education,
Objectives From age 12 onwards, cycling injuries begin rising in The Netherlands. A known contributing factor is younger children’s underdeveloped competency to deal with complex and hazardous...

A quasi-experimental, longitudinal evaluation of a school-based bicycle helmet campaign for children aged 4-8 years in the Netherlands

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Published: 2019 : Boele-Vos, M.J.; Goldenbeld, C.; Strijp-Houtenbos, M. van; Commandeur, J.J.F.; Twisk, D.A.M.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Risks, Education,
Head injury severity may be reduced by a helmet, however, helmets are not mandatory in the Netherlands. Yet public support for voluntary use of helmets for children is high. This study evaluated the...

An integrated behavioural model for active transport mode choices

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Published: 2018 : Dupont, E.; De Ceunynck, T.; Wijlhuizen, G.J.
Tags: Transport mode, Pedestrian, Bicycle, Human behaviour in traffic, International,
The current paper describes an integrated behavioural model that includes the main factors that can contribute to a modal shift from motorized to active transport modes. It has been built based on an...

Naturalistic cycling study among Dutch commuter cyclists: comparing behaviour of cyclists on pedelecs, speed pedelecs and conventional bikes

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Published: 2017 : Stelling, A.; Gent, P. van; Groot, J. de; Twisk, D.; Vlakveld, W.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Human behaviour in traffic,
In recent years, electric bicycles have become more and more popular, both in the Netherlands and abroad. Electric bicycles can reach higher speeds and require less physical exertion than...

Cyclists’ predictions of what a car driver will do next at intersections

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Published: 2017 : Kovácsová, N.; Winter, J. de; Hagenzieker, M.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Passenger car, Human behaviour in traffic,

Validity and reliability of a pc-based cycle test to measure higher order skills in 11 to 13 tear olds

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Published: 2017 : Witvoet, J.; Wesseling, S.; Vlakveld, W.; Vissers, J.; Hegeman, G.; Hukker; N.; Roelofs, E.; Twisk, D.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Human behaviour in traffic,

MeBeSafe: Infrastructure & car based nudges to improve cyclist safety

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Published: 2017 : Twisk, D.; Hair-Buijssen, S. de
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Powered two-wheeler, Human behaviour in traffic,

Understanding safety critical interactions between bicycles and motor vehicles in Europe by means of Naturalistic Driving techniques

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Published: 2012 : Twisk, D.A.M.; Nes, N. van; Haupt, J.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Passenger car, Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic, International,
Although prevention of bicycle–motorized-vehicle-crashes will result in significant improvements in bicycle mortality rates, little is known about the actual safety critical events leading up to...

A study in real traffic examining glance behaviour of teenage cyclists when listening to music: Results and ethical considerations

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Published: 2018 : Stelling-Konczak, A.; Vlakveld, W.P.; Gent, P. van; Commandeur, J.J.F.; Wee, G.P. van; Hagenzieker, M.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Risks, Human behaviour in traffic,
Listening to music while cycling impairs cyclists’ auditory perception and may decrease their awareness of approaching vehicles. If the impaired auditory perception is not compensated by the cyclist...