The Center for Health and Safety Culture designed and implemented a survey in Bozeman, MT, and Fargo, ND that characterized the traffic safety culture of groups defined by a preferred mode of transportation regarding behavior interactions with other modes that can increase conflicts affecting mode safety. Basic analysis produced individual summary reports of key results with recommendations for strategies to increase support and engagement in alternative commuting modes. This work was funded by the US Federal Highway Administration.

Sponsor: US Federal Highway Administration
Start Date: 02/01/17
End Date: 04/30/18
PI: Ward