Peak of the Day or the Daily Grind: Commuting and Subjective Well-Being

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10.15760/etd.1026; 10.15760/trec.32; 10.15760/trec.117; 10.15760/trec.165; 10.15760/trec.139
Figliozzi, Miguel; Tipagornwong, Chawalit
Portland State University Library
Pedestrians -- Attitudes; Signalized intersections -- Research; Traffic flow -- Research; Automobile drivers -- Behavior -- Analysis; Pedestrians -- Safety measures -- Technological innovations; Transportation -- Planning; People with disabilities -- Transportation; Shrinking cities; Sustainability; Traffic signs and signals -- Control systems; Intelligent transportation systems; Transportation -- Oregon -- Portland Metropolitan Area -- Planning; Transportation -- Planning -- Curriculum; Commuting -- Oregon -- Portland; Well-being; Choice of transportation -- Psychological aspects; Happiness; Transportation; Urban Studies; Urban Studies and Planning; Other Psychology; Civil Engineering; Environmental Engineering
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NITC researchers from Portland State University developed models to find what factors affected vehicles’ compliance with pedestrian safety laws. The results suggest that treatments discouraging accelerating toward a crosswalk could help increase pedestrian safety.