New Resources

The following resources have been recently added to the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center’s Online Library, a centralized, Web-based collection of pedestrian and bicycling-related materials and documents compiled by practitioners and researchers from across the United States and abroad. To search the entire library, please visit www.walkinginfo.org/library or www.bicyclinginfo.org/library.

Research Report: Planning Complete Streets for an Aging America

ADA Transition Plans: A Guide to Best Management Practices
The National Academies, National Academy of Sciences, National Cooperative Highway Research Program

Cycling and the Built Environment, A U.S. Perspective
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment

Pedestrian-Vehicular Crashes: The Influence of Personal and Environmental Factors
University of Maryland

Transportation-Efficient Land Use Mapping Index (TELUMI)
Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC)

A Matched Case-Control Study Evaluating the Effectiveness of Speed Humps in Reducing Child Pedestrian Injuries
American Journal of Public Health

Blind Pedestrians at Unfamiliar Signalized Intersections
Transportation Research Board

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