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American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. (2018). Bikeology curriculum and parent guide.

Bacchieri, G., Barros, A. J. D., dos Santos, J. V., Goncalves, H., & Gigante, D. P. (2010). A community intervention to prevent traffic accidents among bicycle commuters. Revista De Saude Publica, 44, 867-875.

Britt, J., Silver, I., & Rivara, F. P. (1998). Bicycle helmet promotion among low income preschool children. Injury Prevention, 4, 280-283.

Buckley, L., Sheehan, M., & Chapman, R. (2009). Bicycle helmet wearing among adolescents: Effectiveness of school-based injury prevention countermeasure. Transportation Research Record, 2140, 173-181.

Constant, A., Messiah, A., Felonneau, M., & Lagarde, E. (2012). Investigating helmet promotion for cyclists: Results from a randomised study with observation of behaviour, using a semi- automatic video system. Plos One, 7, e31651.

Davis, C. (2017, July 26). After a year of bicycle safety enforcement, APD wants to see more education. KXAN News.

Debnath, A. K., Haworth, N., Schramm, A., Heesch, K. C., & Somoray, K. (2018). Factors influencing noncompliance with bicycle passing distance laws. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 115, 137-142.

Driver Education Working Group. (2009). Novice teen driver education and training administrative standards. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Ducheyne, F., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Lenoir, M., & Cardon, G. (2013). Does a cycle training course improve cycling skills in children? Accident Analysis & Prevention, 59, 38-45.

Ducheyne, F., De Bourdeaudhuij, I., Lenoir, M., & Cardon, G. (2014). Effects of a cycle training course on children’s cycling skills and levels of cycling to school. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 67, 49-60.

Ederer, D. J., Van Bui, T., Parker, E. M., Roehler, D. R., Sidik, M., Florian, M. J., Kim, P., Sim, S., & Ballesteros, M. F. (2016). Helmets for Kids: Evaluation of a school-based helmet intervention in Cambodia. Injury Prevention, 22(1), 52-58.

Ellis, J. (2014, January). Bicycle safety education for children from a developmental and learning perspective: A literature review for NHTSA through the National Safety Council (Report No. DOT HS 811 880). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Gilchrist, J., Schieber, R. A., Leadbetter, S., & Davidson, S. C. (2000). Police enforcement as part of a comprehensive bicycle helmet program. Pediatrics, 106, 6-9.

Goodyear, S. (2015). A nifty device to stop cars from driving too close to bikes.

Hatfield, J., Dozza, M., Patton, D.A., Maharaj, P., Boufous, S., & Eveston, T. (2017). On the use of naturalistic methods to examine safety-relevant behaviours amongst children and evaluate a cycling education program. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 108, 2017, 91-99.

Haworth, N., Schramm, A., Heesch, K. C., Watson, A., Debnath, A. K., & Kaye, S. A. (2017, January 8-12). Evaluation of the minimum passing distance road rule trial in Queensland, Australia. Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting, Washington DC.

Hooshmand, J., Hotz, G., Neilson, V., & Chandler, L. (2014). BikeSafe: Evaluating a bicycle safety program for middle school aged children. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 66, 182-186.

Huybers, S., Fenerty, L., Kureshi, N., Thibault-Halman, G., LeBlanc, J.C., Clarke, D.B., Walling, S. (2017). Long-term effects of education and legislation enforcement on all-age bicycle helmet use: A longitudinal study. Journal of Community Health, 42(1), 83-89.

Kakefuda, I., Stallone, L., & Gibbs, J. (2009). Discrepancy in bicycle helmet use among college students between two bicycle use purposes: Commuting and recreation. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 41, 513-521.

Kassim, A., Ismail, K., & McGuire, S. (2018). Operational evaluation of central sharrows and dooring zone treatment on road user behavior in Ottawa, Canada. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 2672(36), 136-144.

Kay, J. J., Savolainen, P. T., Gates, T. J., & Datta, T. K. (2014). Driver behavior during bicycle passing maneuvers in response to a Share the Road sign treatment. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 70, 92-99.

Lachapelle, U., Noland, R. B., & Von Hagen, L. A. (2013). Teaching children about bicycle safety: An evaluation of the New Jersey bike school program. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 52, 237-249.

Lockhart, S., Fenerty, L., & Walling, S. (2010). Operation headway: A multifaceted bike helmet promotion program. Injury Prevention, 16, A161.

Love, D. C., Breaud, A., Burns, S., Margulies, J., Romano, M., & Lawrence, R. (2012). Is the three-foot bicycle passing law working in Baltimore, Maryland? Accident Analysis & Prevention, 48, 451-456.

Ludwig, T. D., Buchholz, C., & Clarke, S. W. (2005). Using social marketing to increase the use of helmets among bicyclists. Journal of American College Health, 54, 51-58.

Macarthur, C., Parkin, P. C., Sidky, M. & Wallace, W. (1998). Evaluation of a bicycle skills training program for young children: a randomized controlled trial. Injury Prevention, 4, 116-121.

Maitland, M. (2013). Bicycle helmets: Don’t say something by not saying something. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine, 23, 415-416.

Mandic, S., Flaherty, C., Ergler, C., Kek, C. C., Pocock, T., Lawrie, D., Chillón, P., & Bengoechea, E. G. (2018). Effects of cycle skills training on cycling-related knowledge, confidence and behaviour in adolescent girls. Journal of Transport & Health, 9, 253-263.

McCray, T., Durden, T., & Schaubert, E. (2013). Cycling in the African American community: Safety training guidelines and findings (Report No. SWUTC/13/600451-00070-1). Texas A&M Transportation Institute.

National Association of City Transportation Officials. (2016). Equitable bike share means building better places for people to ride.

National Conference of State Legislatures. (2018). Safely passing bicyclists chart. Retrieved July 27, 2018.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Federal Highway Administration. (2001, June). National strategies for advancing bicycle safety (Report No. DOT HS 809 347). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

NHTSA. (2011, January). Bicycling skills clinic guide (Report No. DOT HS 811 260). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Nehiba, C. (2018). Give me 3': Do minimum distance passing laws reduce bicyclist fatalities? Economics of Transportation, 14, 9-20.

Okinaka, T., & Shimazaki, T. (2011). The effects of prompting and reinforcement on safe behavior of bicycle and motorcycle riders. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 44, 671-674.

Owen, R., Kendrick, D., Mulvaney, C., Coleman, T., & Royal, S. (2011). Non-legislative interventions for the promotion of cycle helmet wearing by children. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (Online), (11) (11), CD003985.

Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center. (2010). Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center Case Study Compendium.

Pol, A., Prasad, S., Costello, S., Patel, A., & Hancock, K. (2015). Evaluation of shared-use markings for cyclists in Auckland. Paper presented at the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand Transportation Conference, 2015, Christchurch, New Zealand. Transportation Research Board.

Pollatsek, A., Narayanaan, V., Pradhan, A., & Fisher, D. L. (2006). Using eye movements to evaluate a PC-based risk awareness and perception training program on a driving simulator. Human Factors, 48(3), 447-464.

Pradhan, A. K., Pollatsek, A., Knodler, M., & Fisher, D. L. (2009). Can younger drivers be trained to scan for information that will reduce their risk in roadway traffic scenarios that are hard to identify as hazardous? Ergonomics, 52(6), 657-673.

Richard, J-B., Thélot, B., & Beck, F. (2013). Evolution of bicycle helmet use and its determinants in France: 2000-2010. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 60, 113-120.

Richmond, S. A., Zhang, Y. J., Stover, A., Howard, A., & Macarthur, C. (2014). Prevention of bicycle-related injuries in children and youth: A systematic review of bicycle skills training interventions. Injury Prevention, 20(3), 191-195.

Rivara, F. P., & Metrik, J. (1998). Training Programs for Bicycle Safety. Washington Traffic Safety Commission.

Rouzier, P., & Alto, W. A. (1995). Evolution of a successful community bicycle helmet campaign. Journal of the American Board of Family Practitioners, 8, 283-287.

Royal, S., Kendrick, D., & Coleman, T. (2007). Promoting bicycle helmet wearing by children using non-legislative interventions: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Injury Prevention, 13, 162-167.

Sandt, L., LaJeunesse, S., Cohn, J., Pullen-Seufert, N., & Gallagher, J. (2015). Watch for Me NC: Bicycle and pedestrian safety, education, and enforcement campaign: 2014 program summary (No. NCDOT Contract# 2014‐45).

Schroeder, P. & Wilbur, M. (2013). 2012 National survey of bicyclist and pedestrian attitudes and behavior, volume 2: Findings report (Report No. DOT HS 811 841 B). National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Sersli, S., DeVries, D., Gislason, M., Scott, N. & Winters, M. (2019). Changes in bicycling frequency in children and adults after bicycle skills training: A scoping review. Transportation Research Part A: Policy Practice, 123, 170-187.

Teyhan, A., Cornish, R., Boyd A., Joshi, M.S., & Macleod, J. (2016). The impact of cycle proficiency training on cycle-related behaviours and accidents in adolescence: Findings from ALSPAC, a UK longitudinal cohort. BMC Public Health, 16, 469.

Thomas, L. J., Masten, S. V., & Stutts, J. C. (2005). Impact of School-based, Hands-on Bicycle Safety Education Approaches for School-Aged Children. University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center.

Thomas, L, Stutts, J., & Gillenwater, Z. (2007). NCHRP project 20-07, task 212: Supplemental material for model driver's license handbook: Final products description and summary. Research for AASHTO Standing Committee on Highways.

Trauma Nurses Talk Tough. (2016, April 3-5). Share the Road safety class – court referred. In “Trauma Nurses Talk Tough” Program Classes & Effectiveness, p. 5, flyer presented at Lifesavers National Conference on Highway Safety Priorities 2016, Long Beach, CA.

Turnbull, K. F. (2017, December 1-2). Pedestrian and bicycle safety: Summary of the 10th University Transportation Centers Spotlight Conference. TRB Conference Proceedings on the Web.

Twisk, D., Vlakveld, W., Mesken, J., Shope, J. T., & Kok, G. (2013). Inexperience and risky decisions of young adolescents, as pedestrians and cyclists, in interactions with lorries, and the effects of competency versus awareness education. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 55, 219-225.

Van Houten, R., Oh, J. S., Kwigizile, V., Feizi, A., & Mastali, M. (2018, December 31). Effects of safe bicycle passing laws on drivers' behavior and bicyclists' safety (Paper No. TRCLC 17-05). Transportation Research Center for Livable Communities.

van Lierop, D., Bebronne, M., & El-Geneidy, A. (2016). Bicycle education for children: Evaluation of a program in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Transportation Research Record, 2587(1), 23-33.

Yamani, Y., Samuel, S., Knodler, M. A., & Fisher, D. L. (2016). Evaluation of the effectiveness of a multi-skill program for training younger drivers on higher cognitive skills. Applied Ergonomics, 52, 135-141.

Yamani, Y., Samuel, S., & Fisher, D. (2014). Simulator evaluation of an integrated road safety training program. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (Vol. 58, No. 1, pp. 1904-1908). SAGE Publications.

Zeuwts, L.H., Vansteenkiste, P., Deconinck, F.J., Cardon, G., Lenoir, M. (2017). Hazard perception training in young bicyclists improves early detection of risk: A cluster-randomized controlled trial. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 108, 112-121.