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Title: Cycling to university : motives and barriers
Authors: Briguglio, Marie
Keywords: Bicycle commuting -- Malta
Bicycle commuting -- Social aspects -- Malta
Urban transportation
Choice of transportation
City traffic
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Briguglio, M. (2018). Cycling to University: motives and barriers. THINK Magazine, 25, 10-11.
Abstract: This time last year, I decided to start cycling to my office at the University of Malta. Though much of my work focuses on this kind of behavioural change, I would be lying if I said that I did it for environmental or research reasons. I did it out of sheer despair: I felt like I was wasting my life, stuck in traffic for hours on end. I will also readily admit that when I started, I was not adequately prepared: I was not fit enough for it. Nor did I have the agility and speed to compete with cars while balancing on two narrow wheels.
ISSN: 23060735
Appears in Collections:Think Magazine, Issue 25

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