Title: Can Public Bike Sharing Systems Encourage Migrant Women to Use Bicycles?
Authors: Segert, Astrid; Brunmayr, Eliza
Document Type: Aufsatz aus Sammelwerk
Add. Document Type: Elektronisches Dokument
Language: englisch
Language of Summary: englisch
In: International Cycling Conference 2017. Bridging the gap between research and practice 19-21 September 2017, Mannheim, Germany. Conference Proceedings.
metadata.dc.source.editor: Umweltbundesamt -UBA-, Dessau-Roßlau
metadata.dc.source.personaleditor: Grafl, Katherina
Publisher Country: Deutschland
Publisher Location: Dessau-Roßlau
Issue Date: 2020
Page(s): 122-136
Features: Abb.; Lit.
Series/Report no.: Dokumentationen / Umweltbundesamt; 03/2019
ISSN: 1862-4804
Abstract: To increase the number of cyclists more detailed knowledge about potential user groups is required. This article provides empirical results on one such potential user group: migrant women who did not learn to cycle in their childhood but then trained in adult cycling courses. We argue that many of these migrant women interested in cycling will not own bikes even after successfully finishing the course. This article considers whether and how the use of public bike schemes (PBS) can bridge this gap between (re-)starting cycling and owning a bike. In an experimental setting, a PBS-training-module was tested and a survey among migrant cycling course participants was conducted.
Deskriptors: Frau
Soziale Integration
Free Terms: Migrantin
Öffentliches Fahrradverleihsystem
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