Highly cited bicycle journal articles, 2014-2019
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These are the articles on bicycling and bikeshare that were among the top 20 most-cited articles in the top 20 transportation journals according to Google Scholar Metrics 2019.
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Note: It is limited to articles in the past 5 years.
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For more: https://jenniferdill.net/2019/07/25/whats-popular-in-the-top-transportation-journals/
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Bikeshare: A Review of Recent LiteratureE FishmanTransport Reviews 36 (1), 92-1132482016
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Mining bicycle sharing data for generating insights into sustainable transport systemsO O’Brien, J Cheshire, M BattyJournal of Transport Geography 34, 262-2732222014
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Promoting Cycling for Transport: Research Needs and ChallengesS Handy, B van Wee, M KroesenTransport Reviews 34 (1), 4-241862014
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Bike share’s impact on car use: Evidence from the United States, Great Britain, and AustraliaE Fishman, S Washington, N HaworthTransportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 31, 13-201842014
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How land-use and urban form impact bicycle flows: evidence from the bicycle-sharing system (BIXI) in MontrealA Faghih-Imani, N Eluru, AM El-Geneidy, M Rabbat, U HaqJournal of Transport Geography 41, 306-3141732014
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Why culture matters for transport policy: the case of cycling in the UKR Aldred, K JungnickelJournal of Transport Geography 34, 78-871482014
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E-bikes in the Mainstream: Reviewing a Decade of ResearchE Fishman, C CherryTransport Reviews 36 (1), 72-911262016
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Understanding cyclists’ perceptions, keys for a successful bicycle promotionÁ Fernández-Heredia, A Monzón, S Jara-DíazTransportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 63, 1-111252014
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Bikeway Networks: A Review of Effects on CyclingR Buehler, J DillTransport Reviews 36 (1), 9-271242016
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Factors influencing bike share membership: An analysis of Melbourne and BrisbaneE Fishman, S Washington, N Haworth, A WatsonTransportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 71, 17-301152015
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Evaluating public transit modal shift dynamics in response to bikesharing: a tale of two US citiesEW Martin, SA ShaheenJournal of Transport Geography 41, 315-3241122014
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A 3-step math heuristic for the static repositioning problem in bike-sharing systemsIA Forma, T Raviv, M TzurTransportation Research Part B: Methodological 71, 230-2471102015
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Effects of built environment and weather on bike sharing demand: a station level analysis of commercial bike sharing in TorontoW El-Assi, MS Mahmoud, KN HabibTransportation 44 (3), 589-6131062017
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Cycling as a Part of Daily Life: A Review of Health PerspectivesT Götschi, J Garrard, B Giles-CortiTransport Reviews 36 (1), 45-711052016
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Safety perceptions and reported behavior related to cycling in mixed traffic: A comparison between Brisbane and CopenhagenES Chataway, S Kaplan, TAS Nielsen, CG PratoTransportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 23, 32-431052014
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The safety of electrically assisted bicycles compared to classic bicyclesJP Schepers, E Fishman, P den Hertog, KK Wolt, AL SchwabAccident Analysis & Prevention 73, 174-180962014
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Barriers to bikesharing: an analysis from Melbourne and BrisbaneE Fishman, S Washington, N Haworth, A MazzeiJournal of Transport Geography 41, 325-337922014
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Predicting cycling accident risk in Brussels: A spatial case–control approachG Vandenbulcke, I Thomas, LI PanisAccident Analysis & Prevention 62, 341-357922014
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Technology adoption of electric bicycles: A survey among early adoptersA Wolf, S SeebauerTransportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 69, 196-211922014
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The impact of weather conditions on bikeshare trips in Washington, DCK Gebhart, RB NolandTransportation 41 (6), 1205-1225902014
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Spatio-temporal patterns of a Public Bicycle Sharing Program: the effect of weather and calendar eventsJ Corcoran, T Li, D Rohde, E Charles-Edwards, D Mateo-BabianoJournal of Transport Geography 41, 292-305902014
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Inequalities in the London bicycle sharing system revisited: impacts of extending the scheme to poorer areas but then doubling pricesA Goodman, J CheshireJournal of Transport Geography 41, 272-279882014
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Bicycle helmets are highly effective at preventing head injury during head impact: Head-form accelerations and injury criteria for helmeted and unhelmeted impactsPA Cripton, DM Dressler, CA Stuart, CR Dennison, D RichardsAccident Analysis & Prevention 70, 1-7882014
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Does More Cycling Mean More Diversity in Cycling?R Aldred, J Woodcock, A GoodmanTransport Reviews 36 (1), 28-44842016
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Perceived traffic risk for cyclists: The impact of near miss and collision experiencesRL SandersAccident Analysis & Prevention 75, 26-34832015
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What’s your type: a multidimensional cyclist typologyG Damant-Sirois, M Grimsrud, AM El-GeneidyTransportation 41 (6), 1153-1169822014
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Analysing cycling as a social practice: An empirical grounding for behaviour changeF Spotswood, T Chatterton, A Tapp, D WilliamsTransportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 29, 22-33762015
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Effects of e-bikes on bicycle use and mode shareA Fyhri, N FearnleyTransportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 36, 45-52762015
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Introducing naturalistic cycling data: What factors influence bicyclists’ safety in the real world?M Dozza, J WernekeTransportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 24, 83-91752014
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Big Data and CyclingG Romanillos, M Zaltz Austwick, D Ettema, J De KruijfTransport Reviews 36 (1), 114-133702016
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Ridership and effectiveness of bikesharing: The effects of urban features and system characteristics on daily use and turnover rate of public bikes in ChinaJ Zhao, W Deng, Y SongTransport Policy 35, 253-264702014
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Review of Urban Bicyclists' Intake and Uptake of Traffic-Related Air PollutionAY Bigazzi, MA FigliozziTransport Reviews 34 (2), 221-245682014
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Electric Bikes in North America: Results of an Online SurveyJ MacArthur, J Dill, M PersonTransportation Research Record 2468 (1), 123-130542014
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Here are the articles from the Journal of Transport & Health, which is not in the top 20 in the Transportation category in Google's metrics
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Can Air Pollution Negate the Health Benefits of Cycling and Walking?M Tainio, A de Nazelle, T Gotschi, D Rojas-Rueda, S Kahlmeier, ...Journal of Transport & Health 3 (2), S541262016
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The role of bicycle sharing systems in normalising the image of cycling: An observational study of London cyclistsA Goodman, J Green, J WoodcockJournal of Transport & Health 1 (1), 5-8922014
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Where does bicycling for health happen? Analysing volunteered geographic information through place and plexusGP Griffin, J JiaoJournal of Transport & Health 2 (2), 238-247632015
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International comparisons of the associations between objective measures of the built environment and transport-related walking and cycling: IPEN adult studyLB Christiansen, E Cerin, H Badland, J Kerr, R Davey, J Troelsen, ...Journal of Transport & Health 3 (4), 467-478572016
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The marginalisation of bicycling in Modernist urban transport planningT Koglin, T RyeJournal of Transport & Health 1 (4), 214-222572014
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Investigating the rates and impacts of near misses and related incidents among UK cyclistsR Aldred, S CroswellerJournal of Transport & Health 2 (3), 379-393542015
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Associations between the objective and perceived built environment and bicycling for transportationL Ma, J DillJournal of Transport & Health 2 (2), 248-255532015
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Estimating the health economic benefits of cyclingG Deenihan, B CaulfieldJournal of Transport & Health 1 (2), 141-149482014
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The mortality impact of bicycle paths and lanes related to physical activity, air pollution exposure and road safetyP Schepers, E Fishman, R Beelen, E Heinen, W Wijnen, J ParkinJournal of Transport & Health 2 (4), 460-473412015
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Spatial and social variations in cycling patterns in a mature cycling country exploring differences and trendsL Harms, L Bertolini, M te BrömmelstroetJournal of Transport & Health 1 (4), 232-242402014
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Bikeshare’s impact on active travel: Evidence from the United States, Great Britain, and AustraliaE Fishman, S Washington, N HaworthJournal of Transport & Health 2 (2), 135-142392015
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Why do teens abandon bicycling? A retrospective look at attitudes and behaviorsSK Underwood, SL Handy, DA Paterniti, AE LeeJournal of Transport & Health 1 (1), 17-24392014
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