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The Role of New Mobility In Safer Streets - Shared screen with speaker view
Heidi Simon
20:49
Please enter any questions or comments for panelists here and we will get to as many as we have time for at the end of the hour.
Colin Clarke
30:31
This is great, thank you! What should our response be when there are HIPAA concerns when aggregating similar data in our jurisdictions?
Heidi Simon
34:04
Dive deeper into these conclusions with this blog post: https://thecityfix.com/blog/scooters-skyrocketing-cities-safe-look-evidence-alejandro-schwedhelm-anna-bray-sharpin-claudia-adriazola-steil/
DAngelique Lister
38:14
Will this count towards CPST certification? (CEUs)
Barbara Dylla
38:33
An interesting article (Sept.20/2020): The myth of pedestrian infrastructure in a world of cars https://cityobservatory.org/the-myth-of-pedestrian-infrastructure-in-a-world-of-cars/
Kerry Wilcoxon
42:28
For the DC scooter program, does your crash and rider injury data include non-vehicle crashes that would not typically generate a crash report?
Heidi Simon
01:01:50
Feel free to send in questions or comments!
Walter Burdz
01:03:28
Will the various powerpoint presentations be sent around by email to all attendees today? (or how can we obtain copies?). Thanks.
William Carlile
01:06:09
If you use crash data, then you rule out any particular group being targeted.
Nicole Booker
01:06:26
Are there any international micromobility case studies we can learn from?
Joanna Smith
01:08:00
We need to move road enforcement away from police departments. They falsify data all the time. DOT’s would be more inclined to properly record info.
Nicole Booker
01:10:18
Re: property damage, do companies share this data within their reports to DDOT?
William Carlile
01:10:41
You need to have your data, before speaking against Law Enforcement.
Joanna Smith
01:11:40
Oh I do! NYPD is notorious.
Katherine Harmon
01:12:07
Thanks Sharada - second working with colleagues from Public Health :).
Edgard Baltodano
01:12:34
Thank you all!
Tyler Anderson
01:12:38
Thank you!
William Carlile
01:12:47
Your grouping every agency when a very small amount may have not done their job.
Brent Massey
01:12:51
Thanks Everyone--much appreciated!