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AbstractTucson, Arizona is considered one of the most hazardous places for cycling. Despite the dangers, cycling has gained popularity as a convenient and beneficial mode of transportation, leading to a demand for improved infrastructure. To address the gender gap in cycling, this study examined the perceptions of different cyclists in Tucson. By employing a mixed-method approach that included a public survey and observation, the research identified key factors that contribute to the gender gap. The findings emphasize the need for new and adequate cycling infrastructure as the city expands and its residents seek more sustainable and equitable transportation options.
DescriptionSustainable Built Environments Senior Capstone Project