University of North Carolina
James is a second-year master’s student at UNC-Chapel Hill’s Department of City and Regional Planning. He works as a research assistant at the Environmental Finance Center housed in UNC’s school of government researching water and utility management. His interests in transportation are broad, but he is particularly passionate about data analysis, connected and automated vehicles, and bicycle and pedestrian planning. James’ hobbies include singing karaoke, making ice cream, and of course – cycling.
Cycling on Rural Roads in North Carolina – A Look at Injury Severity and Crash Types on Rural Roads in Comparison to Urban Roads
Alyson West | James Farrell
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