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Those E-Scooters Might Not Be as Dangerous as You Think

A civil engineer looks at traffic data to improve road safety

Photo: Brian Bumby/Getty Images

EE-scooters continue to intrigue us. They’re new and unfamiliar, and they’re also everywhere. Perhaps this explains the sensationalized media coverage on e-scooters, much of which is driven by anecdotes of accidents. But an army of researchers has been itching to unveil…




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Annie YJ Chang

Annie YJ Chang

engineer + planner + transport nerd

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