Assessing multimodal school travel safety in North Carolina.

  title={Assessing multimodal school travel safety in North Carolina.},
  author={N. McDonald and Ann McGrane and E. Rodgman and R. Steiner and W. Palmer and Benjamin Lytle},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  • N. McDonald, Ann McGrane, +3 authors Benjamin Lytle
  • Published 2015
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Accident; analysis and prevention
  • School transportation has been the subject of numerous federal and state policies since the early twentieth century-the Safe Routes to School program is the most recent example. However, few recent studies have thoroughly analyzed the risks and costs associated with different modes of transportation to school. Our descriptive study assessed the injury and fatality rates and related safety costs of different modes of school transportation using crash and exposure data from North Carolina, USA… CONTINUE READING
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