CMU SURVEY: How can technology improve driver, cyclist, pedestrian interactions?

A new CMU study interested in seeing how technology can help improve safety and awareness

From the project coordinators: Our interaction design research group at Carnegie Mellon University is conducting a survey on people who ride bikes in urban areas like Pittsburgh. Our broader aim is to find ways in which technology can potentially improve interactions between drivers, cyclists and pedestrians.

Take the survey here: tinyurl.com/urbancyclingsurvey

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