This project is sponsored by the U.S. National Science Foundation (Grant No. 1951890) three-year period starting from October 1, 2020. Our research team includes researchers from Rutgers University.
The major goal of this project is to use new methods to gather better data on what determines pedestrian and micromobility risk. In addition, the project seeks to create tools that deliver more integrated solutions in collaboration with industry micromobility partner Bird, and test the tools in the service of the needs of the real communities of New Brunswick and Highland Park, NJ. These tools will explicitly integrate both the social and technology solutions to improve safety.
This web site is created and maintained by the research team to disseminate and share research results and other information related to the project. We welcome your comments and suggestions by contacting us at the email addresses provided below.