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Environmental research v.160, 2018년, pp.331 - 338   SCI SCIE
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Using local knowledge and sustainable transport to promote a greener city: The case of Bucharest, Romania

Niță, Mihai R.    (Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies, University of Bucharest, 1 Nicolae Balcescu, 010041 Bucharest, Romania   ); Badiu, Denisa L.    (Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies, University of Bucharest, 1 Nicolae Balcescu, 010041 Bucharest, Romania   ); Onose, Diana A.    (Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies, University of Bucharest, 1 Nicolae Balcescu, 010041 Bucharest, Romania   ); Gavrilidis, Athanasios A.    (Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies, University of Bucharest, 1 Nicolae Balcescu, 010041 Bucharest, Romania   ); Grădinaru, Simona R.    (Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies, University of Bucharest, 1 Nicolae Balcescu, 010041 Bucharest, Romania   ); Năstase, Irina I.    (Centre for Environmental Research and Impact Studies, University of Bucharest, 1 Nicolae Balcescu, 010041 Bucharest, Romania   ); Lafortezza, Raffaele    (Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, University of Bari A. Moro, Via Amendola 165/A, 70126 Bari, Italy  );
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    Abstract Cities undergoing climate change and rapid urbanization are faced with significant transformational processes that affect the environment and society, challenging them to become more sustainable and resilient. The promotion of nature-based solutions represents an efficient approach to meet sustainability targets in cities and improve the quality of life of citizens. The association of large components of green infrastructure, such as urban parks, with physical activity can counteract the sedentary lifestyle endemic to cities and improve the overall health and well-being of individuals (). By promoting a sustainable means of transport and connecting green spaces within a highly urbanized city, bicycle lanes represent an effective tool for associating physical activity with nature in cities allowing bicycle users to benefit from the positive health effects of nature-based solutions. Our study focuses on the potential of bicycle lanes to improve functional connectivity among green spaces. We administered 820 questionnaires in 34 green spaces (i.e., urban parks) in Bucharest, Romania, to identify the factors influencing the use of bicycle lanes connecting urban parks and to understand which planning criteria for bicycle lanes are considered as the most important by park visitors. We applied binary and ordinal logistic regressions and found that the factors affecting bicycle lane use are illegally parked cars and lack of accessibility to urban parks. The criteria preferred by park visitors for bicycle lane planning are determined by experience level and frequency of bicycle use. To develop a functional and integrated bicycle lane network that can make cities healthier and more sustainable, policy makers are advised to engage in a public participatory process and focus on the needs of bicycle users. Highlights Bicycle lane use is affected by parked cars and low accessibility to green spaces. Criteria for developing bicycle lanes are determined by user experience and needs. Public participation should play a key role for planning new bicycle lanes connecting green parks.


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    Sustainable cities .   Human health and well-being .   Local knowledge .   Green infrastructure .   Nature-based solutions.  

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