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Projects

Year 1 (2023-2024)

Title
ID
Uni
PI
Pedestrian vs. Bicyclist Fatality Patterns of Geographic/Demographic Shift
23UNM02

UNM

Nicholas N. Ferenchak

NMDOT Pedestrian Safety on Arterials
23UNM01

UNM

Nicholas N. Ferenchak

Year 2 (2024-2025)

Title
ID
Uni
PI
Mixed Method Approach to Develop a Framework for Adoption of Intelligent Speed-Assist Technology (ISAT)
24SDSU01

SDSU

Bruce Appleyard

Proactive Assessment of Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety at Intersections Through Video Analysis of Right Turn on Red Maneuvers
24SDSU02

SDSU

Arash Jahangiri

Transit Access and Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety
24SDSU03

SDSU

Bruce Appleyard

Residential Segregation and the Urban Demographic Shift of Pedestrian and Bicyclist Collisions
24SDSU04

SDSU

Joseph Gibbons

Pedestrian Fatalities & Injuries in Hit-and-Run Crashes in California, Tennessee & the US: Recent Trends and Risk Factors
24UCB01

UCB

Julia Griswold

Fire Safety and Safe Streets: Understanding Conflicts between Safe Streets Improvements and Emergency Response
24UCB02

UCB

Zachary Lamb

Leveraging Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG) to Analyze Crash Reports Narratives
24UCB03

UCB

Julia Griswold

Bicycle Level of Traffic Stress at Intersections
24UNM01

UNM

Nicholas N. Ferenchak

NMDOT Pedestrian Outreach Program
24UNM02

UNM

Nicholas N. Ferenchak

Understanding Workload Measures Captured in Naturalistic and Immersive Virtual Environments to Disentangle Impacts on Bicyclist Safety
24UNM03

UNM

Lisa L. Losada-Rojas

Elevating Traffic Safety in Native American Communities: A Comprehensive Approach with Online Mapping and Crowdsourcing Solutions
24UNM04

UNM

Su Zhang

Susan Bogus Halter

An Analysis of Pedestrian Safety and Injury Severity at Bus Stops Using the CRSS Database
24UTK01

UTK

Candace Brakewood

The Role of Built Environment Factors in Enhancing Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety: A Comprehensive Analysis and Policy Implications
24UTK02

UTK

Asad Khattak

Bruce Appleyard

Effectiveness of Pedestrian Crash Avoidance Technologies: Comparing Day vs. Night Performance
24UTK03

UTK

Asad Khattak

Iman Mahdinia

Investigating safety and risk disparity between personally owned and shared micromobility modes.
24UTK04

UTK

Christopher Cherry

Bruce Appleyard

Analysis of Geographic, Temporal, and Socioeconomic Shifts in Pedestrian & Bicyclist Traffic Injuries
24UWM01

UWM

Robert J. Schneider

Enhancing Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety through Abnormal Driving Behavior Detection
24UWM02

UWM

Tom Shi

Enhancing Safety for Vulnerable Road Users: Exploring the Impact of Funding for Unconventional Data Access on Safety Improvements, Phase II – Summit to Better Understand the Funding Mechanism for Ped/Bike Projects in State DOTs
24UWM03

UWM

Xiao Qin

Mid-Block Pedestrian Crossing Exposure: Count Protocol and Database
24UWM04

UWM

Robert J. Schneider

Pedestrian Level of Traffic Stress (PLTS) Application and Validation
24UWM05

UWM

Robert J. Schneider

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