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Browsing by Author "Laberee, Karen"

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  • Nelson, Trisalyn; Ferster, Colin; Laberee, Karen; Fuller, Daniel; Winters, Meghan (Transport Reviews, 2020)
    Cities are promoting bicycling for transportation as an antidote to increased traffic congestion, obesity and related health issues, and air pollution. However, both research and practice have been stalled by lack of data ...
  • Nelson, Trisalyn; Roy, Avipsa; Ferster, Colin; Fischer, Jaimy; Brum-Bastos, Vanessa; Laberee, Karen; Winters, Meghan (Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 2021)
    Fitness apps, such as Strava, are a growing source of data for mapping bicycling ridership, due to large samples and high resolution. To overcome bias introduced by data generated from only fitness app users, researchers ...
  • Ferster, Colin; Nelson, Trisalyn; Laberee, Karen; Winters, Meghan (Applied Geography, 2021)
    Overcoming concerns about bicycling safety is critical to increasing the health benefits of bicycling for transportation. While exposure measures are critical for monitoring and understanding bike safety, lack of spatially ...
  • Ferster, Colin; Nelson, Trisalyn; Laberee, Karen; Vanlarr, Ward; Winters, Meghan (Urban Science, 2017)
    People generate massive volumes of data on the Internet about cities. Researchers may engage these crowds to fill data gaps and better understand and inform planning decisions. Crowdsourced tools for data collection must ...
  • Fischer, Jaimy; Nelson, Trisalyn; Laberee, Karen; Winters, Meghan (Accident Analysis & Prevention, 2020)
    With only ∼20 % of bicycling crashes captured in official databases, studies on bicycling safety can be limited. New datasets on bicycling incidents are available via crowdsourcing applications, with opportunity for analyses ...