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VT News Story about ‘Sustainable Europe Program’

Here is a link to the VTNews Story about our Sustainable Europe program 2017. many thanks to Barbara Micale for this story. Advertisements

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Cycling in the South

Pucher, J. and Buehler, R. 2017. Cycling in the South.  Southeast Greenways and Trails Summit, Durham, NC, October 2, 2017.

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Media Mentions: Streetsblog, LA Public Radio, and Cancer Today

My work on cycling was recently mentioned in two stories relating to stagnating and even declining bike mode shares for the commute: Bike Commuting Growth Has Leveled Off – But Not Everywhere in the U.S. LA counts bicyclists and pedestrians … Continue reading

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Marc Fialkoff Successfully Defends Dissertation

The blog post below was written by my colleague Ralph Hall. Ralph and I both served as co-chairs of Marc’s dissertation committee. The original post can be accessed here. “Congratulations to Marc Fialkoff who successfully defended his PhD in Planning, … Continue reading

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New Articles in ‘Journal of Transport & Health’ and ‘Current Environmental Health Reports’

Hankey, S., Lu, T., Mondschein, A., Buehler, R. 2017. “Spatial models of active travel in small communities: Merging the goals of traffic monitoring and direct-demand modeling.” Journal of Transport & Health. Winters, M., Buehler, R., Goetschi, T. 2017. “Policies to … Continue reading

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Impressions from our Sustainable Europe Summer Course

As in the past, this year Virginia Tech and the University of Virginia successfully collaborated in offering our ‘Sustainable Europe’ course. Please stay tuned for more information. Here is a link to the student’s course blog. Below are some photos … Continue reading

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Several Media Mentions Around Bike-to-Work Week/Day

Minneapolis Star Tribune: The Drive: You may live longer if you bike to work Cycling Weekly: Increased cycling infrastructure leads to 75 per cent crash rate decrease in some U.S. cities, says study Chicagoist: America’s Cycling Infrastructure Is Pretty Bad, … Continue reading

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