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ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf., Volume 7, Issue 10 (October 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) How does cycling work and look like in cities? What and where are the elements inhibiting urban [...] Read more. How does cycling work and look like in cities? What and where are the elements inhibiting urban cycling? We analysed a geospatial dataset crowdsourced by urban cyclists using a mobile geo-game. The spatial aggregation of bicycle trips recorded during two weeks showed that cyclists’ preferred streets but also revealed the physical frictions encountered during cycling. We found the location of 284 potential frictions in Münster, Germany; Castelló, Spain; and Valletta, Malta. To describe the potential frictions inhibiting bicycle commuting, we compared the number of segments at lower speeds versus segments at cycling speed and we described the surrounding bicycle paths, infrastructure, and their location in the urban area. City governments can use similar analyses to optimise cycling infrastructure. View this paper.