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Mixed-Use Safety on Rural Facilities in the Pacific Northwest
In the United States, one in 12 households does not own a personal automobile, and approximately 13 percent of those who are old enough to drive do not. Trips by these individuals are being made in many other possible modes, creating the need to “share space” among many forms of travel. The goal of this project was to ...
A Smartphone-Based System for Automated Detection of Walking
Walking is the most effective mode of travel to access transit: transit hubs with higher residential and employment densities have higher ridership levels because they serve areas where a large population is within a short walk of transit service. Walking has additional benefits: it is well-known as a low impact mode of travel ...
Data Collection and Spatial Interpolation of Bicycle and Pedestrian Data
This report provides guidance for improving manual bicycle and pedestrian count programs and recommendations for using moving Bluetooth sensors to collect travel patterns. The project involved five independent studies. (1) An online questionnaire about manual count programs was sent to transportation specialists across the ...