CMU group to present results on pedestrian-automobile crashes
On Dec. 13 at 3:30 p.m. in Carnegie Mellon's Hamburg Hall, Room 1001, there will be a joint interdisciplinary project course presentation by the groups studying the issue of pedestrian-automobile crashes in the city of Pittsburgh.
One group of presenters will focus on the history of pedestrian-automobile crashes, plotting trends and the factors affecting these trends. The second group of presenters will present data stemming from a recent survey of the walking habits of the campus community, an analysis of pedestrian crashes since 1994, and present design suggestions for improving campus area intersections. The groups will also present policy suggestions for improvements to Councilman Bill Peduto and CMU.