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Logistic Model of Pedestrian Crash Characteristics in the City of Phoenix

Brian Peck - 2020 Spring Graduate 

The City of Phoenix is one of the most dangerous places in America to be a pedestrian. ASU has entered into an agreement with the City to research pedestrian crashes and find potential causes and mitigation measures to reduce this phenomenon. This project included a logistic regression to try and interpret the variables associated with a higher degree of risk for pedestrian versus automobile collisions. After a year of data cleaning and analysis, a report was produced which explains to the City our findings from the model and subsequent suggestions on how to improve pedestrian safety based on our findings.

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btpeck@asu.edu 

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