Susan Perry at MinnPost cites my collaborator Hartwig Henry Hochmair’s work in: Want to get more cars off the road? Improve bicycling infrastructure around transit hubs.
So I was intrigued to come across a study this week that examined how far cyclists in three large U.S. metropolitan areas are willing to ride to catch a bus or train that will take them the rest of the way to work.
One of those metro areas was Minneapolis-St. Paul. The other two were Los Angeles and Atlanta.
The study, which used data collected through mass-transit ridership surveys, found that while only a small percentage of people in the three metro areas ride their bike to a bus or train to commute to work, those who do tend to cycle an average of three miles or less — one to two miles in Minneapolis-St. Paul and Atlanta and a slightly longer three miles…
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