Bicycle Network: Bike Futures Services
Monash University BikeScope
Monash University intends to use the responses to this survey to help develop their cycling strategy and to inform future decisions on where to focus bicycle program's and projects within the university.
22 July 2011. A summary of the findings of the Monash University BikeScope is as follows:
• Monash University is primarily a transport riding area. Monash University is predominately a High Intensity – Transport area, followed by a High Intensity – Recreation area. Low Intensity – Transport is the next most common type of rider, followed lastly by the Low Intensity – Recreation rider.
• Nearly 24% of respondents ride on average 5 days a week, with almost another 17% of respondents riding 4 days a week.
• Nearly 30% of respondents indicated that they ride between 50 and 100 kilometres per week, with about a further 24% of respondents riding between 100 and 200 kilometres per week, indicating that riding distances are relatively long.
• The majority of respondents believed that bike riding on-campus has improved over the last 5 years.
• Respondents indicated that Improved 'Links between Shared Paths and Destinations' was the most important factor to persuade them to become a regular rider to Monash University, with an average rating of 8.22 out of 10.
• Spatial hotspots for respondent comments included Dandenong Road and Queens Avenue at Caulfield Campus. At Clayton campus spatial hotspots for respondent comments included various on-campus locations, numerous roundabouts, Howleys Road/Ring Road East, Wellington Road and Blackburn Road.
27 May 2011. Congratulations to both Zhonghan and Tyson, winners of Bikery vouchers worth $300. Thanks to all who completed the BikeScope survey.
10 March 2011. Monash University intends to use the responses to this survey to help develop their cycling strategy and to inform future decisions on where to focus cycling program's and projects within the university.
Bicycle Network Victoria and Monash University invite all cyclists who ride into the university to complete an on-line BikeScope Survey, between Tuesday 11 March and Monday 11 April.