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Active Living by Design. Chapel Hill, North Carolina. National program of theRobert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Active Transportation. United States. Partnership of Bikes Belong, League of American Bicyclists, and Active Living by Design.

Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (APBP). United States. Professional membership organization for the discipline of pedestrian and bicycle transportation.

America Bikes. United States. Collaborative effort of leaders of the bicycle community to advocate for bicycling in the next federal transportation funding bill. Funding for America Bikes is provided by Bikes Belong.

America Walks. United States. National coalition of local advocacy groups dedicated to promoting walkable communities.

American Planning Association. United States. Professional association organized to advance the art and science of planning and to foster the activity of planning.

American Public Transportation Association. United States. Members only bookstore.

Arcam. Amsterdam. The Amsterdam Centre for Architecture.

Bicycle Transportation Alliance. United States. Non-profit membership organization working to promote bicycling and improve bicycling conditions in Oregon and SW Washington.

Bicycle Use and Safety In Paris, Boston, and Amsterdam. Amsterdam.Paper presented at the 4th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Control in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 18, 1998. References checked; no books cited.

Bicycle Victoria. Victoria, Australia.

Bike Plan Source.Missoula, Montana. A non-motorized planning and project development firm based in Missoula, Montana.

BikePortland.org. Portland, Oregon.

Bikes Belong Coalition. United States. Formed in 1999 when U.S. bicycle companies worked together to maximize bike funding in TEA-21—the upcoming multi-year federal transportation bill.

BRE. UK. Research organisation delivering sustainability and innovation across the built environment.

Cairns Bicycle User Group. Australia.

City of Portland, DOT. Portland, Oregon.

Community Cycling Center. Portland, Oregon.

Complete the Streets. United States. Nationwide coalition asking planners, engineers and designers to build road networks for all citizens, whether young or old, motorist or bicyclist, walker or wheelchair user, bus rider or shopkeeper.

Congress for the New Urbanism. United States.

CSIRO Publishing. Australia. An independent science and technology publisher in Australia.

Cycle Oregon. Portland, Oregon.

Cycling Resource Centre. Australia. An initiative of the Australian National Cycling Strategy 2005-2010.

Earth Policy Institute, Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C..

Routledge / Taylor & Francis Group. UK. Publisher in environment science, technology and sustainable development. Based in UK.

Elsevier. Both US and outside the US. Includes Butterworth-Heinemann.

Eno Transportation Foundation. United States. Non-profit organization dedicated to all forms of transportation -- ground, air, and water. Founded in 1921 by William Phelps Eno.

Federal Highway Administration's Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Office. United States.

Florida Department of Transportation. Florida. Many valuable reports, all available online.

Idaho Transportation Department. Idaho.

Institute of Transportation Engineers. United States.

International Bicycle Fund. Seattle, Washington. A non-governmental, nonprofit, advocacy organization, promoting sustainable transport and international understanding.

League of Oregon Cities. United States.

Metro. Portland, Oregon.

National Center for Bicycling and Walking (NCBW). United States. Major program of the Bicycle Federation of America (BFA), a national, nonprofit whose mission is to create bicycle-friendly and walkable communities.

Nai Publishers. Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Specializing in the publication of books about architecture, urban design, spatial planning, contemporary art, photography and design.

npGreenway. Portland, Oregon.

OECD. Paris, France. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

ORbike. Oregon.

Oregon DOT. Oregon.

Palgrave Macmillan. UK. United Kingdom's largest independent publisher.

Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC). North Carolina. Staff at the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center.

Planetizen. United States. Public-interest information exchange provided by Urban Insight for the urban planning, design, and development community.

Port of Portland. Portland, Oregon.

Riba Bookshops. UK. Owned by the Royal Institute of British Architects. Resource for books, contracts and forms on architecture, design and construction.

Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA). New South Wales.

Taylor and Francis, academic publishers. UK.

The Preservation Institute. Berkeley, California. Advocates of New Urbanism.

Thomas Telford Bookstore. London. Provider of information for professionals and academics in civil engineering and construction world-wide.

Portland Transport. Portland, Oregon.

Transportation Research Board. United States.

TSO (The Stationery Office) Information and Publishing. UK.

Urban Land Institute. United States.

Vélo Québec.Québec. Non-profit organization.

Vic Roads. Melbourne, Australia. Developed by VicRoads and the Victorian Bicycle Advisory Council.

Willamette Pedestrian Coalition. Portland, Oregon.

Woodhead Publishing for the Environment. Cambridge, England.