We present an overview of the risks associated with cycling to emphasize the need for safety. We focus on the application of frameworks from social psychology to education, one of the 5 Es—engineering, education, enforcement, encouragement, and evaluation. We use the structure of the 5 Es to organize information with particular attention to engineering and education in the literature review. Engineering is essential because the infrastructure is vital to protecting cyclists. Education is emphasized since the central focus of the report is safety.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Issues
Bicycle safety, Risk, Health belief model, Theory of planned behavior, 5 Es
Asbjorn Osland, Eric Anderson, John M. Brazil, Melanie Curry, David E. Czerwinski, Jay Dean, Peter Faeth, LeeAnne Fergason, Camille S. Johnson, Gerik Kransky, Carl Larson, Margaux Mennesson, Stephanie Noll, and John W. Omweg. "Promoting Bicycle Commuter Safety, Research Report 11-08" Mineta Transportation Institute Publications (2012).