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... 2 2. Characterize the relationship between e-scooter crashes, injuries, and fatalities and contributing factors (both behavioral and environmental)
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... 3 eration may also be human controlled with kicking or foot braking, respectively (SAE International 2019)
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... 4 25–34 than nonusers (Denver Public Works 2019; City of Santa Monica 2019; SFMTA 2019) , a finding mirrored in surveys of e-scooter users and pedestrians in other cities (James et al.
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... 5 Several studies found that weekend days seem to have a fairly sustained period of use from 11:00 a.m.
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... 6 in Provo were more likely than non-college-aged students to report using e-scooters to replace a transit trip (Glenn et al.

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