VTC Senior Researcher Andrea Lubin and Dr. Trevor Hanson, Associate Professor University of New Brunswick, will be moderating a February 23rd Transportation Research Board sponsored webinar on the topic of Transportation in an Aging Society – The Future is Now. Presenters discussing their research will include Dr. Sandra Rosenbloom, University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, Luskin School of Public Affairs, UCLA, and Alex Li, Phd Candidate, University of Pennsylvania.
Deka, Devajyoti, Charles Brown, and James Sinclair. (2018). “Exploration of the effect of violent crime on recreational and transportation walking by path and structural equation models.” Health & Place, 52, 34-45. ABSTRACT: To examine how violent crime affects people’s recreational and transportation walking duration in daytime and after dark on a typical day, this study undertakes […]
DiPetrillo, S., Von Hagen, L.A., Malone, S., Meehan, S. and Shivaraman, G. 2017. “Delays, detours, and diversions: paths to fully executed Safe Routes to School projects.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2653: 17-25. Abstract State governments periodically solicit, review, and award Safe Routes to Schools grants to local governments and school […]
More than 130,000 people die in road accidents in India every year — the highest in the world. Speeding, drunk driving and not using helmets and seat belts are some of the immediate reasons identified for these deaths. But as the number of deaths keeps rising, there is a need to look more closely at […]
Hanson, C.S., Noland, R., and C. Brown. 2013. “The Severity of Pedestrian Crashes: An Analysis Using Google Street View Imagery.” Journal of Transport Geography. 33: 42-53. Abstract Data derived from visual inspection of Google Street View imagery associated with a variety of pedestrian and road infrastructure features are analyzed with a database of pedestrian casualties. […]
Noland, R.B. 2013. “From Theory to Practice in Road Safety Policy: Understanding Risk versus Mobility.” Research in Transportation Economics 43(1): 71-84. Abstract This paper reviews theoretical issues surrounding transport safety modeling and the implications for road safety policy. The behavioral mechanisms that affect transport safety are typically not considered in safety modeling. These issues are […]