Data for: Will parents let their children bike on “low stress” streets? Validating Level of Traffic Stress for Biking

Published: 14 August 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/x4x5cf88gv.1
Kelcie Ralph, Leigh Ann Von Hagen


This data was collected at back to school nights at the elementary school and middle school of Highland Park, NJ in the fall of 2017. Parents reviewed six images of bicycle facilities and indicated whether they would ride alone (without a child) on those facilities and whether they would let their child ride a bike there without an adult. Parents could complete the survey for more than one child. For inquiries: please email Kelcie Ralph at Image 1 Wide residential street Image 2 Multiuse path Image 3 Busy street with a sharrow Image 4 Narrow residential street Image 5 Residential street with a protected bike lane Image 6 Busy street with a buffered bike lane



Urban Planning