Bike 2019 is a conference to explore and engage in a conversation about the research, policy, and practice around cycling as a mode of active transport.
In most North American cities, the people who bicycle regularly do not reflect our population as a whole. How do we get more women, people of diverse cultural backgrounds, kids, older adults, and people with mobility limitations cycling and using bikeshare? This 40-min presentation draws on evidence-based research and lessons from practice. It was presented in Edmonton, Alberta.
|Note: Some slides in the video below maybe too small to read. We recommend that you download Dr. Jennifer Dill's slides to view alongside with this video (40 minutes).||
Download Dr. Jennifer Dill's slides
Bike 2019 Summary: Recipe for a cycling environment (4 pages, PDF)
This summary highlights the key points from Dr. Jennifer Dill's presentations in Calgary and Edmonton.
Ingredients in this recipe include:
Jennifer Dill, PhD, is a professor of Urban Studies and Planning at Portland State University (PSU), Director of PSU’s Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC), and Director of the National Institute for Transportation and Communities (NITC). Dr. Dill's research aims to understand people’s everyday travel decisions, with a focus on bicycling, walking, and transit. For example,
The overall aim of her research is to help professionals and policy-makers make better decisions when planning, engineering, and designing cities and infrastructure.
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