Suzanne presents her research on cycling safety to the City of Edinburgh Council

The Transport Research Institute recently presented new PhD research on cycling safety to the City of Edinburgh Council as part of their Seminar Series. The seminar took place at the Urban Room on June 26th and was attended by cross disciplinary teams dealing with cycling and safety within the Council and Dr Kathryn Stewart and Dr Nazan Kocak from TRI.

 

The presentation was delivered by Suzanne Meade on her current research which uses open source data and modelling applications to provide cycling flow information, investigate cycling accident rates, explore Safety-in-numbers effect, visualise cycling flows and accident rates. The presentation concluded with a discussion on the practical application of this research for potential monitoring and strategic development of cycling policies and safety measures.

 

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