The Growing Importance of Bicycle Infrastructure

May 25, 2015 at 9:58 am Leave a comment

More than simply a piece of recreational equipment, the bicycle is increasingly viewed as a viable mode of transportation for work trips and non-work trips alike. With the increase of cyclists on the road it is becoming clearer that they are having an economic impact in regards to the consumer choices and even location choices for businesses catering to the bicycling passersby or for their own bike-oriented employees.

I offer a very brief survey of some of the current literature surrounding this topic. Four categories emerge that will provide the trajectory and parameters of this survey: bicycle lanes and thoroughfares, the impacts of bike parking on local businesses, travel mode and consumer spending, and the influence of bike-friendly business in recruiting talent.

Read The Growing Importance of Bicycle Infrastructure, by Sean Benesh in Mother Earth News.

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Entry filed under: Active Transportation, Business.

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