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In a study for the Southeastern Transportation Research, Innovation, Development and Education Center (STRIDE), former CURS Senior Researcher Brian J. Morton used an open-source software package to create an easy-to-use travel demand model for use by planners working in towns and small cities. Morton’s goal was to build a product that predicts demand for bicycle travel by “interested but concerned” cyclists. Called Bike&Place, Morton’s tool helps planners increase bicycle accessibility.

Read more about Bike& Place here.

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