The State of Cycling measures how cycling use is changing in Brampton over time, particularly with bicycles being used as transport.
Profile of Brampton
|Cycling Use Growth||5.07%|
|Cycling Modal Share Growth||-12%|
Social Economic Cost-Benefit Investment Per Kilometer
Retained value to society
Additional cost to society
20% per 100 Calories of cycling.
Environmental Benefit Per Kilometer Cycled
246.1 g CO/2 emissions saved
Table of Contents
- Social Economic Cost-Benefit Comparison
- Profile of Brampton
- Commute Trip Measurements
- Health Benefits
- Environmental Benefits
Inspired by the presentation Making Space Climate Change by Dianne Saxe, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (ECO), The State of Cycling will further attempt to challenge Brampton residents to cut their car trips by 5% per year, using 2016 as a baseline.
The Region of Peel has set a 50% sustainable transport goal for 2041. The State of Cycling will also track the progress toward this goal.
Bicycle Account – Copenhagen
Economic Evaluation of Cycle Projects – Copenhagen
“Making Space Climate Change – Dianne Saxe, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (ECO)”
Last Accessed: Tuesday, December 19, 2017, 1:30pm
Peel Begins its Long Range Transportation Plan Update
Last Accessed: Tuesday, December 19, 2017, 1:50pm