Maybe helpful -
Non-Motorized Connectivity to transit study from King County Metro & Sound Transit -
Office of Planning and Environment
Federal Transit Administration, USDOT
Bike to Work Day is May 15. Sign up here for the DC Region -
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1. Ongoing and planned ped/bike research (Eloisa Raynault)
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2015 11:47:24 -0700
From: Eloisa Raynault <eloisaraynault(a)gmail.com>
Subject: [H+T--Friends] Ongoing and planned ped/bike research
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Researchers at Portland State University are asking for your help in identifying ongoing
and planned pedestrian and bicycle research. As part of an FHWA sponsored project with the
goal of establishing a Strategic Agenda for Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation,
Portland State is conducting an assessment of ongoing and planned pedestrian and bicycle
research. To help in this, they created a working list of pedestrian and bicycle research
projects that are either in progress or planned.
Your help is requested to review the working list and provide feedback on research that is
missing from the list, planned for future funding, or has already been completed. Go to
for further information on the list and what is needed from you.
For more background on FHWA?s Strategic Agenda for Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation
project, a recorded webinar is available to view at