Beating the system - the cycling commuting section
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Farhana Ahmed is conducting a PhD research project with Professor Geoffrey Rose from the Institute of Transport Studies in the Department of Civil Engineering at Monash University. The research is examining the impact of different weather conditions on commuter cyclist travel behaviour. Of particular interest are changes in travel behaviour and the causes of those changes at an individual level in response to changes in weather. The research will contribute to understanding about how cyclists plan their commuting over time and how they change their travel behaviour in the face of changes in weather.
They are seeking your consent to participate in an online survey on commuter cyclist travel behaviour. Participation in this survey is voluntary and you are under no obligation to consent to participation. By participating in this survey you will help the researchers to identify ways to encourage more cyclists to ride more often.
The survey can be found here.
Proudly "a bleeding heart with too much spare time on his hands"
I've completed it.
It only takes about 5min to go through the survey.
1975 Peugeot UO-8 - daily commuter along the Liverpool to Parramatta cycleway (and back again )
**Now living south of Campbelltown so commuting with the help of Mr Cityrail.
Ditto...5 mins is all it took.
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Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race. H G Wells
“Lexa”: 2012 Trek Lexa S; “Bluey”: 2006 Trek 7.0FX; “Eddy”: 198[?] Graecross Jackaroo
done, but one of the questions threw me a bit with a double negative, hope I answered it the way I wanted it to sound.
Life is not about waiting for the rain to pass.....it's about learning to dance (or ride) in the rain.
I work at a university so I have a bias towards supporting research. That said, I think this could lead to some interesting data so I completed the survey. Didn't take more than 10 minutes although there were 2 questions in a row which were a bit confusing as the first was a double negative.
Hopefully the research will be published, could help with services for cyclists.
Riding: Cannondale Quick Speed 2
oddly enough whilst delaying my ride home from work, which fits in with some of the questions.
Done. I like surveys!
Did it hope it helps to promote cycling - it was very short
Not fast, no style, but still get there.
Oops too late, survey now closed
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