Computer vision techniques were used to detect and classify the speed and trajectory of over 9,000 motor-vehicles at an intersection that was part of a pilot demonstration in which a bicycle lane was temporarily implemented.
Research, Publications, and Reports
“As with other major technological changes, generative AI will create opportunities for some and heartbreak for others. Workers — especially those with the least formal education — want safeguards that protect them from disruption and unemployment,” said Carl Van Horn
A new report from the New Jersey Statewide Data System (NJSDS), operated by the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development,, examines the educational and employment outcomes of students who have participated in the NJEOF program.
To examine who is purchasing used electric vehicles (EVs) and what concerns they may have, the authors deployed a survey focused on owners of used EVs.
Three firms control more than 19,000 single-family homes across the five core counties of Metro Atlanta, using an extensive network of more than 190 corporate aliases—registered to seventy-four different addresses across ten states and one territory.
This study aimed to describe registered nurses’ (RNs) perceptions on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their ability to adhere to patient safety protocols using Donabedian’s Health Care Quality model.
The American economy added over 330,000 jobs in September, but the role of government regulation in the economic equation is conspicuously absent from discussions. This article examines the impact of regulations on the macroeconomy and why they may be less significant than previously claimed, shedding light on a complex economic reality.
This study analyzed physical distancing in people’s daily lives and its association with travel behavior and the use of transportation modes before the COVID-19 outbreak.
The present study examines the differential associations of racial discrimination and mental health based on an individual’s race, ethnicity, foreign-born status, and educational attainment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Significant Progress on Taming Inflation, Historically Low Unemployment Rates Have Not Resonated With Most American Workers
Two in three U.S. workers are very or somewhat concerned about the job market for job seekers as 2024 approaches, according to a national probability-based survey by the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development.