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Making Bicycling Equitable: Lessons from Sociocultural Research
This white paper provides guidance for how planning, policy, and advocacy may better account for complex sociocultural forces, including gender, class, and race. The authors reviewed a large body of sociocultural research on bicycling with complex models capable of addressing an intersectional understanding of identity, the innerworkings of power in society, and the nature of inequity. These findings coalesced into four recommendations for those promoting bicycling as a mode of everydaydoi:10.7922/g22r3pwk fatcat:p7okymx3ubgzhc3clzerqpb7ti