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Manuella cykelmätningar - En analys av metoder som används i praktiken med förslag till förbättring

Åkebrand, Robin LU (2015) VTT820 20142
Transport and Roads
Abstract
This thesis addresses different ways of measuring bicycle flows and focuses on the manual methods of conducting these measurings. The theory behind the methods is also introduced and applied to an actual intersection in order to test how well the theory can be applied to reality. Furthermore, the methods that today are in use for measuring bicycle flows in Lund and Malmö are explained and compared by applying these to an intersection where the actual flow during three full days has been determined.
The effects of weather conditions are described in theory and investigated in the studied intersection. Furthermore, the variation over the year, week and day is described in theory, the latter being validated by experimenting with the data... (More)
This thesis addresses different ways of measuring bicycle flows and focuses on the manual methods of conducting these measurings. The theory behind the methods is also introduced and applied to an actual intersection in order to test how well the theory can be applied to reality. Furthermore, the methods that today are in use for measuring bicycle flows in Lund and Malmö are explained and compared by applying these to an intersection where the actual flow during three full days has been determined.
The effects of weather conditions are described in theory and investigated in the studied intersection. Furthermore, the variation over the year, week and day is described in theory, the latter being validated by experimenting with the data collected from the intersection that has been studied.
In closing, conclusions and recommendations based on the findings of the thesis are presented for consideration. (Less)
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author
Åkebrand, Robin LU
supervisor
organization
course
VTT820 20142
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
Cykelflöden, Cykling, Manuell, Mätningar, Malmö, Lund
report number
Thesis 268
language
Swedish
id
5048768
date added to LUP
2015-04-20 08:43:39
date last changed
2017-07-04 14:01:31
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  abstract     = {This thesis addresses different ways of measuring bicycle flows and focuses on the manual methods of conducting these measurings. The theory behind the methods is also introduced and applied to an actual intersection in order to test how well the theory can be applied to reality. Furthermore, the methods that today are in use for measuring bicycle flows in Lund and Malmö are explained and compared by applying these to an intersection where the actual flow during three full days has been determined.
The effects of weather conditions are described in theory and investigated in the studied intersection. Furthermore, the variation over the year, week and day is described in theory, the latter being validated by experimenting with the data collected from the intersection that has been studied. 
In closing, conclusions and recommendations based on the findings of the thesis are presented for consideration.},
  author       = {Åkebrand, Robin},
  keyword      = {Cykelflöden,Cykling,Manuell,Mätningar,Malmö,Lund},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Manuella cykelmätningar - En analys av metoder som används i praktiken med förslag till förbättring},
  year         = {2015},
}