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  • Bicyclists' braking profile on typical urban road pavements 

    Galanis, A.; Eliou, N. (2011)
    This study examines the bicyclists' braking profile on four typical pavement types in the urban road environment: asphalt, concrete plate, concrete bricks and thermoplastic material. The experiment took place in the city ...
  • Evaluation of the bikeability of a Greek city: Case study "City of Volos" 

    Eliou, N.; Galanis, A.; Proios, A. (2009)
    Driving a bike in a Greek city is not an easy case. There are no bicycle facilities available and the bicyclists and the car drivers are not used to each other in mixed traffic situations. The primary goal of the study was ...
  • Evaluation of the pedestrian infrastructure using walkability indicators 

    Galanis, A.; Eliou, N. (2011)
    The promotion of pedestrian safety, mobility and convenience is an important step to raise sustainable mobility in urban areas. This study presents the development and implementation of indicators that evaluate pedestrian ...
  • Grading methodology of the pedestrian urban road environment 

    Galanis, A.; Eliou, N. (2011)
    The improvement of pedestrian safety, mobility and convenience is an important step for the promotion of sustainable mobility in urban areas. This study presents the grading process and walkability score of the pedestrian ...
  • Pedestrian risk perception in signalized street crossings 

    Eliou, N.; Galanis, A.; Proios, A. (2010)
    This paper examines the pedestrian perception of risk and behaviour in signalized street crossings with a flashing green beacon, while, simultaneously, the cars turn right or left with a flashing orange beacon. The pedestrians ...