On the 12th of October, new results from the collaboration between Bendik Manum from NTNU, Petter Arnesen from SINTEF, Tobias Nordstrom from NTNU/Spacescape, and Jorge Gil from Chalmers, were presented at the European Transport Conference 2018, in Dublin, Ireland. The paper presents a bicycling speed model that combines parameters from two recent bikeability modelling studies. The new combined model is estimated using GPS tracking of real bicycle trips in combination with GIS-based data of bicycle route networks and of the local urban form parameters along the routes. This results in more detailed and realistic speed estimations than with previous models.
The full paper and presentation can be accessed here.