e-BikeSAFE

Project manager
Marco Dozza
Period
2013-05-15 - 2013-11-15

The aim of the e-BikeSAFE project is to repeat the success of the BikeSAFE project by collecting naturalistic data from electrical bicycles in Göteborg. Analyses of these data in combination with BikeSAFE data will determine the safety impact of electrical bicycle in comparison with traditional bicycles. This project is partly funded by Trafikverket (The Swedish Transport Administration).

Short facts

Project title: e-BikeSAFE
Project type:
Research area:
Safety performance evaluation
Financier(s):
The Swedish Transport Administration
Partner(s):
Chalmers
Period:
-

Project publications

Safety is a concern jeopardizing cycling sustainability. In Europe, more than 2.000 cyclists die every year in traffic accidents. Electrical bicycles amplify this concern because of their high speed and increasing prevalence. Previous studies, such as
Author(s)
Marco Dozza, Julia Werneke, Michael Mackenzie
Published in
Proceedings of the International Cycling Safety Conference 2013, November 2013, Helmond
Year of publication
2013
Project
e-BikeSAFE (associated project)

Safer – Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre

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