Making sensible cycling investment: we not only need to know what good cycling infrastructure is, but also where to build it. The UK Propensity to Cycle Tool determines where routes are need most.
Understanding why people cycle
Propensity to Cycle Tool (PCT) is an online, open-source transport planning system from the UK for improving cycling infrastructure. They researched why people cycle to identify the factors that most likely to get people on bikes.
“The PCT was designed to assist transport planners and policy makers to prioritise investments and interventions to promote cycling. The PCT answers the question: ‘where is cycling currently common and where does cycling have the greatest potential to grow?’.”About the Propensity to Cycle Tool, http://www.pct.bike, accessed 25/8/2020
“The work was initially funded by the English Department for Transport (DfT) to create the National Propensity to Cycle Tool for England (2015-2017, with further funding in 2018-19).”About the Propensity to Cycle Tool, http://www.pct.bike, accessed 25/8/2020