1. Introduction (with Executive Summary and Acknowledgements)

4. Network Connectivity Results

         Base Connectivity

         Effect of Improvements Proposed in Four Cities

         Student ideas for Improved Connectivity to Light Rail

         Maps

2. Bicycle Network Analysis: Methods

         Route Directness Index (RDI)

         Impedance

         GIS Calculation of RDI

         Overall Research Design

         Strengths and Limitations of RDI Analysis

5. Salt River Project Connectivity Analysis

         Connectivity to SRP Offices

         Connectivity Among SRP Offices

         Connectivity to SRP Canals

         Maps

 

 

3. Data

         GIS Layers

         Network

         Origin Polygons

         Destination Points

         Impedances

o   Arcs

o   Crossings

6. Conclusions

         Key Findings

         Strengths and Limitations of the Analysis

         Future Work

Produced by Arizona State University

         School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning

o   Michael Kuby and Aaron Golub, Principal Investigators

o   Shawn Monk and Matthew Messina, Research Assistants

         Walton Sustainability Solutions Institute

o   Michael Dalrymple, Project Manager

o   Andrew Stein, Assistant Manager

Funded by Salt River Project, Office of Sustainability

         The authors of this report are solely responsible for the findings. No endorsement of this work by SRP or any other organization is implied.

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