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Commuter Mobility versus Work-zone Safety: An Empirical Study using Data Mining of Anonymous User Generated Trip Information
The two primary considerations for highway work-zones are its effect on commuter mobility and worker safety which are often spoken of together. However, it must be noted that they conflict with each other. This research aims to study this generally inverse relationship and develop a Decision Support System (DSS) for work-zone ...
IF YOU PROVIDE, WILL THEY RIDE? MOTIVATORS AND DETERRENTS TO SHARED MICRO-MOBILITY
Bike share, e-bike share, and e-scooter systems (shared micro-mobility) are gaining popularity throughout the United States and internationally, but the optimal system design has not been determined. This study investigated motivators for and deterrents to the use of such systems in the Pacific Northwest by using a research ...