Underreported crashes are a barrier to making streets safer for cyclists and pedestrians

By Saumya Jain  Transportation agencies often rely on police generated crash reports for improving roadway design and making streets safer for all users. A recent study from Washington, D.C., however, found that almost one in three car crashes involving a cyclist or a pedestrian goes unreported. With such a wide gap in data, it is quite possible agencies don’t fully …

Steve Viscelli

Steve Viscelli  (PhD, Indiana University; MA, Syracuse University; BA, Colgate University) is an economic sociologist who studies the trucking industry.  In 2010 he began working with COWS as a National Science Foundation fellow.  His work …

John Inglish

John Inglish sits on the board of directors of Wireless Advanced Vehicle Electrification (WAVE). He has been a national leader in the transportation industry for more than 35 years. With an engineering background, John began …