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Pedestrian Safety, Travel Monitoring, and Relating the Two

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Contributors

  • Ahadul Islam, Graduate Assistant | Utah State University

    Ahadul Islam is a MS student at Utah State University, Utah, USA, and hails from Bangladesh. His research interests include transportation planning and management, traffic safety, and active transportation. Ahadul also works on projects involving pedestrian safety analysis, and big data like pedestrian push button data. This work is a collaboration with Dr. Patrick Singleton and Dr. Michelle Mekker. 

  • Prasanna Humagain, Research Assistant | Utah State University

    Prasanna Humagain is a PhD student at Utah State University, Utah, USA, and hails from Nepal. His research interests include understanding dynamics of human dimensions, the environment, and travel. Prasanna also works on projects involving travel time perceptions, machine learning, and big data like pedestrian push button data.

  • Brian Almdale, Planner II | Toole Design Group

    Brian is a planner who specializes in bike and pedestrian planning, traffic safety, graphic design, and map making. He strives to help communities make riding a bike and walking viable, everyday transportation options. Brian received his Master’s in Urban Planning and Policy with a concentration in Urban Transportation Planning. Prior to joining Toole Design, Brian worked as an in-house consultant for the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) Bike Program where he assisted implementing the City’s bike master plan, the Chicago Streets for Cycling Plan 2020.

September 15, 2020
Tue 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

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