2013 review of studies relevant to metro reporting and coverage of U.S. cities.
2013 World Health Organization report and a survey of U.S.-related data that shed light on the continuing problems of motor vehicle accidents and related policy dynamics.
2013 research review of ideas for reporting on cycling in your community: 10 potential stories.
2012 roundup of recent research on issues related to the major commuting modes in the United States, including cars, public transit, bicycles, and walking.
2012 study in the Journal of Urban Health on the role of safety culture in census tract-level pedestrian and cyclist crashes in New York City.
2011 research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization, San Francisco State University, Universidad de los Andes in Bogata, Universidad de Chile, University of Zurich, and other institutions.
2011 study published in the British Medical Journal examining the health and environmental benefits of public cycling initiatives.
2011 study published in Environmental Health Perspectives on health effects experienced while cycling in traffic.
Suggested ways to use scholarly research as a lens through which to see events in a reporter’s area.
2010 study from the Harvard School of Public Health on the relative safety of on-street bicycle lanes and physically separated cycle tracks.
2009 report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on accidents involving hybrid cars and other forms of travel.
2010 study by Monash University, Australia, on the risk factors that on-road commuter cyclists face from drivers.
2010 UCLA study on the relationship between bicycle use and riders’ immigrant status.
2010 report by the American Public Health Association examining the external costs that automotive-transportation systems impose.