Personal (and related) papers
- Principles of Cycle Planning for Gloucestershire
John Franklin. Presented to a seminar at Gloucestershire County Council, January 2009.
Basic principles on which planning for cyclists should be based and consequences, particularly for infrastructure.
Most of the content is relevant to anywhere and the paper is similar to one presented to a national audience in Oxford, 2007.
- Achieving Cycle-Friendly Infrastructure
John Franklin. Presented to the Cycle-Friendly Infrastructure Conference at the University of Nottingham, April 2002.
- Towards Cycle-Friendly Infrastructure
Gerhard van Wyngaardt. A remarkable adaptation of the above paper for South Africa, suggesting that it is a problem across continents for cyclists to achieve respect. Presented at the Pedal Power Association Bicycle Integration Planning Seminar, Cape Town, June 2006.
- Cycling facilitated
John Franklin. Cycle, June/July 2006.
- Casualties on cycle paths
John Franklin. A letter to Sustrans. 1998.
(This letter, never intended to achieve notoriety, has resulted in a huge amount of feedback from both cyclists and the general public. Almost all of the feedback has been supportive of the views expressed)
- Milton Keynes Redways and Leisure Routes
John Franklin. History, use, safety and impact of the Milton Keynes cycle paths. 1998.
(The paper below has later data but lacks some of the detail)
- Two decades of the Redway cycle paths of Milton Keynes
John Franklin. Traffic Engineering + Control, July/August 1999.
- Cycling in the wrong direction
John Franklin. Traffic Engineering + Control, May 2001.
- Why cyclists won't stop
Chris Juden explains why, based on energy considerations, cyclists should not have to give way at side roads. 2003.
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