Poster: How to Identify Bicycle Accommodation Needs
There are many different methods available for identifying bicycle accommodation needs, and they vary in levels of quantitative complexity and ease of use and revision. This poster explains the process and key elements utilized in identifying bicycle accommodations needs for Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) San Antonio District. This process strikes a balance, developing a 3-C process—considering bicycle compatibility, collisions, and connectivity. The data for each component were integrated into a geographic information system (GIS), resulting in detailed results for every roadway segment in the San Antonio District.
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Confirmed SpeakerAs an Assistant Transportation Researcher, Ms. Dai graduated from Texas A&M University with an M.S. in Urban and Regional Planning. Her research is in the areas of Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety, Congestion Management, as well as Crash Analysis. Her major work includes the identification of crash patterns by analyzing the geographic, demographic, and physical features of traffic crash data. She has also conducted hotspot analysis to identify prioritized locations for bike and pedestrian accommodation, as well as literature reviews regarding bike and pedestrian planning.