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.
New Jersey deregulated its energy market in 1999, allowing people to choose which companies generate the electricity that powers their homes. “Not everyone is making the effort to take advantage of the opportunity to change,” said Clinton Andrews,
“People have different risk tolerances. Some people want to stay in their home no matter what. Other people have lower risk tolerances, and they’re more willing to consider relocating,” said Laura Geronimo, a PhD candidate at Bloustein.
The project, “Smart Kids and Cool Seniors,” is as an interdisciplinary collaboration of Rutgers researchers. It seeks to assist low-resource urban residents as they adapt to increasing heat stress and local air pollution, both outdoors and indoors.
Researchers from The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy recently published a study analyzing the behaviors of individuals riding bicycles and e-scooters in Asbury Park. The study was authored by Hannah Younes, a post-doctoral research...
In this study, researchers Hannah Younes, Robert B. Noland, and Clinton J. Andrews used traffic camera footage to observe the behavior of over 700 shared e-scooters and privately owned bicycles in Asbury Park, New Jersey. The authors discuss policy implications with regard to safety and gender differences between the two modes of transit.
CUPR green building colleagues Jen Senick, Clint Andrews, and Gedi Mainelis are part of a new EPA-funded project in Elizabeth, NJ, to install air quality sensors near public housing. They met with US Senator Cory Booker and others to discuss how this project can improve local health and well-being.
New Jerseyans have the ability to choose energy suppliers. The question is: Should you? New Jersey deregulated its energy market in 1999, allowing people to choose which companies generate the electricity that’s supplied to their homes. The idea behind the legislation...
Research by Kocakusak, Senick and Andrews “Implementing the energy transition: lessons from New Jersey’s residential solar industry”
This paper investigates the effects of two countervailing forces – policy incentives and implementation disincentives – on residential solar adoption in New Jersey. The New Jersey case study includes two complementary analyses designed to illuminate policy incentives and implementation disincentives, respectively.
The Bloustein School’s 2nd Annual Research Day has been rescheduled and will take place in person at the Gov. James J. Florio Special Events Forum on Friday, April 21st.