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24 AUTHORS Laura Sandt, Alyson West, Katherine J. Harmon, Meg Bryson, and Dan Gelinne, Highway Safety Research Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Christopher R. Cherry, Emma Sexton, and Nitesh Shah, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Rebecca Sanders, Safe Streets Research and Consulting, Portland, OR Charles T. Brown, Equitable Cities, Somerset, NJ Stephanie Seki and Regina Clewlow, Populus, San Francisco, CA

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Many communities with electric‐scooter (e‐scooter) programs have observed social, health, and environmental benefits; enhanced multimodal connections; and positive economic impacts (such as those derived by delivery services and couriers using e‐scooters and the resultant jobs created). However, these effects are often accompanied by real and perceived safety challenges.

The TRB Behavioral Transportation Safety Cooperative Research Program's BTSCRP Research Results Digest 1: E-Scooter Safety: Issues and Solutions is an initial deliverable to a larger ongoing project, in the form of a literature review, that identifies emerging behavioral safety issues arising from the expanding use of e-scooters and summarizes how cities are working to prevent and mitigate injuries.

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