Sharing Knowledge

TO CITE ANY OF THIS WORK: "Impacts of Bicycle Infrastructure in Mid-Sized Cities Study (IBIMS). www.sfu.ca/ibims. Cities, Health & Active Transportation Research (CHATR) Lab. Simon Fraser University."

Baseline Findings Summary

  • Baseline Findings in a Nutshell, Impacts of Bicycle Infrastructure in Mid-Sized Cities Study  [link]

Publications

  • COVID-19 street reallocation in mid-sized Canadian cities: socio-spatial equity patterns. Fischer, J., & Winters, M. (2021) Canadian Journal of Public Health, 1-15. [article]
  • An economic analysis of the health-related benefits associated with bicycle infrastructure investment in three Canadian cities. Whitehurst, D. G., DeVries, D. N., Fuller, D., & Winters, M. (2021). PLoS one, 16(2), e0246419. [article]
  • Modeling the Effects of Travel Activities, Physical Activity, and Built Environment Attributes on Subjective Well-being. Khaddar, S., Fatmi, M. R., & Winters, M. (2021).  (No. TRBAM-21-04349). [link]
  • What does crowdsourced data tell us about bicycling injury? A case study in a mid-sized Canadian city.  Fischer, J., Nelson, T., Laberee, K., & Winters, M. (2020). Accident Analysis & Prevention. [article]  
  • Who is ready to bicycle? Categorizing and mapping bicyclists with behavior change concepts. Thigpen, C, Fisher, J, Nelson, T, Therrien, S, Fuller, D, Gauvin, G, Winters, M. (2019). Transport Policy.  [article]
  • Using OpenStreetMap to inventory bicycle infrastructure: A comparison with open data from cities.  Ferster, C., Fischer, J., Manaugh, K., Nelson, T., & Winters, M. (2019). International Journal of Sustainable Transportation, 1-10. [article]
  • Equity in Spatial Access To Bicycling Infrastructure In Mid-Sized Canadian Cities.  Winters M, Fischer J, Fuller D, Gauvin L, Whitehurst DGT, Nelson T. (2018). Transportation Research Record.  [article]
  • Impacts of Bicycle Infrastructure in Mid-Sized Cities (IBIMS): protocol for a natural experiment study in three Canadian cities.  Winters M, Branion-Calles M, Therrien S, Fuller D, Gauvin L, Whitehurst DGT, & Nelson T. (2017). BMJ Open.  [article]

 

Conference Presentation

  • Winters, M. If we build it…who will come? Equity in Spatial Access to Bicycling Infrastructure in Mid-Sized Cities. Keynote speaker at the Planning Institute of British Columbia and Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineer Mini-conference. Kelowna, BC. October 10, 2019. [link]
  • Whitehurst, DGT, Winters, M, DeVries, D.  Economic Evaluation Alongside Population Health Intervention Research: An Example Of Bicycle Infrastructure Investment In Three Canadian Cities. Centre for Clinical Epidemiology and Evaluation Rounds, January 21, 2019. [link]
  • Thigpen, C, Winters, M, Fischer, J, Therrien, S, Fuller, D, Gauvin, L, Whitehurst, D, and Nelson, T. How perceptions of road safety influence bicycling intentions and behavior in Canadian cities. 58th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Buffalo, NY. October 25-28, 2018.
  • Laberee, K, Fischer, J, Winters M, Therrien S, Nelson T, Fuller D, Whitehurst D.  Are equity issues at play in mid-sized Canadian cities? Bicycling infrastructure and bicycling behaviours. Poster at Walk Bike Places Conference September 16-19, 2018, Victoria BC. [link]
  • Thigpen C, Winters M, Fischer J, Therrien S, Fuller D, Gauvin L, Whitehurst D, Nelson T. How perceptions of road safety influence bicycling intentions and behavior in Canadian cities. Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals (CARSP).  Victoria BC. June 13, 2018. [link]
  • Winters M, Fischer J, Nelson T, Fuller, D, Whitehurst. Equity in Spatial Access to Bicycling Infrastructure in Mid-Sized Canadian Cities. Poster at the Transportation Research Board's 97th Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C. January 7-11, 2018. [link]
  • Winters M, Fuller D, Nelson T, Gauvin L, Whitehurst D, Rusch M, Fyfe M. Impacts of Bicycle Infrastructure in Mid-Sized Cities: Baseline Results. Oral presentation at the Small and Adaptive Cities Conference 2017.  St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. September 29, 2017.  [link]
  • Winters M, Fuller D, Nelson T, Gauvin L, Whitehurst D, Rusch M, Fyfe M. Impacts of Bicycle Infrastructure in Mid-Sized Cities: Baseline Results. Oral presentation at the Small and Adaptive Cities Conference 2017.  St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. September 29, 2017. 
  • Fuller, D.  Cycling in Canadian Communities: From Planning to Implementation session.  Invited oral presentation at the Transportation Association of Canada 2017 Fall Technical Meetings. St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. September 25, 2017.  
  • Winters M, Fischer J, Therrien S, Fuller D, Gauvin L, Whitehurst D, Nelson T. Who benefits? Spatial access to cycling infrastructure in Canadian cities. Oral presentation at the International Medical Geography Symposium. Angers, France. July 2-6, 2017. 
  • Winters M, Therrien S, Branion-Calles M, Fuller D, Gauvin L, Whitehurst D, Nelson T. Laying down the context: Baseline findings from natural experiment study of Biketoria, a city-wide cycling network in Victoria, British Columbia. Poster at the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Meeting. Victoria, BC, Canada. June 10, 2017. [link]

Partner and Non-Academic Audience Presentations & Reports

  • Story Maps: "Room to Move; Approaches to COVID-10 reallocations in four Canadian cities". December 3, 2020. [link]
  • Winters, M. Webinar for Halifax Cycling Coalition. October 15, 2020. [link]
  • Winters, M. Webinar for Greater Victoria Bike to Work (GVBTW) Society.  Included 2019 Survey results as well as COVID-19 street reallocation work. ~ 25 virtual attendees. July 21, 2020. [link]
  • 2019 Impacts of Bicycle Infrastructure in Mid-Sized Cities Survey Results- VICTORIA Focus [report]
  • 2019 Impacts of Bicycle Infrastructure in Mid-Sized Cities Survey Results - KELOWNA Focus [report]
  • 2019 Impacts of Bicycle Infrastructure in Mid-Sized Cities Survey Results- HALIFAX Focus [report]
  • Therrien S. Impacts of bicycle infrastructure in mid-sized cities study: Baseline results for Kelowna.  Presentation at the Kelowna Area Cycling Coalition Annual General Meeting.  In attendance: 27 including KACC members, City of Kelowna staff and city councilor and interested members of the general public. Okanagan Central Library.  April 26, 2018. 
  • Winters M, Therrien, S. Impacts of bicycle infrastructure in mid-sized cities study: Baseline results for Kelowna.  Presentation to the City of Kelowna Integrated Transporation team and staff representatives from policy and planning, sustainability and communications departments.  In attendance: 13. City of Kelowna City Hall.  February 19, 2018. [link]
  • Winters M, Fuller D, Fischer J, Branion-Calles M, Therrien, S, Gauvin L, Whitehurst DGT, and Nelson T.  Impacts of bicycle infrastructure in mid-sized cities study: Baseline results. Presentation at the Greater Victoria Bike to Work Week Society Annual General Meeting.  In attendance: 40 including representatives from the Greater Victoria Bike to Work Week Society, Greater Victoria Cycling Coalition and the CRD. October 28, 2017.  [link]
  • Winters M, Therrien, S, Branion-Calles M, Fuller D, Fischer J, Gauvin L, Whitehurst DGT, and Nelson T.  Impacts of bicycle infrastructure in mid-sized cities study: 2016 baseline survey results for Victoria, Kelowna and Halifax. Report shared with partners September 2017.  [link]
  • Winters, M, Fuller, D.   Impacts of bicycle infrastructure in mid-sized cities study: Baseline results. Presentation to Halifax Road Safety Advisory Committee.  In attendance: 5. September 29, 2017.  [link]
  • Winters, M, Fuller, D. Impacts of bicycle infrastructure in mid-sized cities study: Halifax baseline results. Halifax Regional Municipality Transportation Standing Committee.  In attendance: 15, including 3 councilors, city planners and engineers, and CBC reporter. September 28, 2017. [link]
  • Winters, M, Fuller, D. Impacts of bicycle infrastructure in mid-sized cities study: Halifax Baseline results. Presentation and meeting with local cycling advocates.  In attendance 10: including representatives from the from the Halifax Cycling Coalition, Nova Social Cycles, Halifax Ecology Action Centre, and Halifax Regional Health Authority. September 28, 2017. [link]
  • Winters, M, Fuller, D.  Impacts of bicycle infrastructure in mid-sized cities study: Halifax baseline results. Evening public event and panel discussion hosted by Halifax Cycling Coalition, Nova Social Cycles, Halifax Ecology Action Centre, and Halifax Regional Health Authority.  In attendance: 30 live + ~75 livestream.  Halifax Central Library. September 28, 2017.  [link]
  • Winters, M. Impacts of bicycle infrastructure in mid-sized cities study: Victoria baseline results. Presentation and meeting with municipal government stakeholders.  In attendance: 12, including representatives from the City of Victoria, Saanich, Oak Bay and Esquimalt. City of Victoria. June 4, 2017.  [link]

 

Media

  • Times ColonistVictoria: “Richardson Street redesign: How the shared-use bikeway will work”.  Roxanne Egan-Elliot. August 7, 2020.   [link]
  • Castanet, Kelowna: “Connecting cycle network”.  Wayne Moore. February 12, 2019.   [link]
  • Halifax Examiner: “Who are we building bike lanes for, anyway?” Erica Butler, August 9, 2019.  [link]
  • Times Colonist, Victoria: “Island Voices: Cycling infrastructure an investment in Victoria’s future” Meghan Winters. May 6, 2018.  [link]
  • CBC Radio West, Kelowna interview with S Therrien to discuss IBIMS research and highlight Kelowna findings.  April 25, 2018.
  • Times Colonist, Victoria: A new bikeway for a new bridge.” Les Leyne, March 30, 2018.  [link]
  • Times Colonist, Victoria: “Council shows gumption by building bike lanes." Alex Nagelbach, January 5, 2018.   [link]
  • CBC Halifax Radio interview with M Winters to discuss research findings on Halifax bicycling. September 29, 2017.
  • CBC News, Halifax: “Haligonians more concerned about bike safety than B.C. counterparts, study suggests.” Pam Berman, September 29, 2017.  [link]