Archive for New Zealand
Cyclists’ attitudes toward policies encouraging bicycle travel: Findings from the Taupo Bicycle Study in New Zealand
Tin Tin, S., Woodward, A., Thornley, S., Langley, J., Rodgers, A., & Ameratunga, S. (2010). Cyclists’ attitudes toward policies encouraging bicycle travel: Findings from the Taupo Bicycle Study in New Zealand. Health Promotion International, 25(1), 54-62.
Public Health Advisory Committee. (2010). Healthy Places, Healthy Lives: Urban environments and wellbeing. Wellington: Ministry of Health.
Taylor, K. J. (2009). Utilitarian Cycling: Investigating Latent Demand in Christchurch, New Zealand. University of Canterbury.
Badland, H. M., Duncan, M. J., & Schofield, G. M. (2009). Using census data to travel through time in New Zealand: Patterns in journey to work data 1981-2006. New Zealand Medical Journal, 122(1296), 15-20.
Travel behavior and objectively measured urban design variables: Associations for adults traveling to work
Badland, H. M., Schofield, G. M., & Garrett, N. (2008). Travel behavior and objectively measured urban design variables: Associations for adults traveling to work. Health and Place, 14(1), 85-95.
Koorey, G. (2007). Are You a Cyclist or Do You Cycle? The Language of Promoting Cycling. Paper presented at the New Zealand Cycling Conference 2007. from http://hdl.handle.net/10092/688
Nicholson, A. (2005). Development and impact of the University of Canterbury Transport Strategy. Road and Transport Research, 14(3), 50-60.
Cleland, B. S., Walton, D., & Thomas, J. A. (2005). The relative effects of road markings on cycle stability. Safety Science, 43(2), 75-89.
Koorey, G., & Bryan, N. (2004). Developing strategic cycling principles for Regional Land Transport Strategies. Paper presented at the IPENZ Transportation Group Technical Conference. from http://www.ipenz.org.nz/ipenztg/ipenztg_cd/CD/2004_pdf/08_Koorey_Bryan.pdf