主讲人简介：Dr. Jaeyoung Lee (李载宁) is a Full Professor of Central South University. Before he joined Central South University, he worked at the University of Central Florida as an Assistant Professor & Safety Program Director. Dr. Lee is a recipient of the National Youth Thousand Talents Program (国家青年千人计划).
Dr. Lee has published 80 papers in premier journals in transportation engineering or public health fields. He has presented more than 120 studies at national and international conferences.
He is serving as an editor or editorial board member of Journal of Advanced Transportation, Transportation Research Record, Transportation Safety & Environment, Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering, and Advances in Transportation Studies. He is a committee member of Transportation Safety Management (ANB10) and Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Transportation (ANB50) of the Transportation Research Board (TRB).
讲座内容简介：Pedestrians have been considered as the most vulnerable road users. In the United States, approximately one-thirds of killed people from traffic crashes are pedestrians. Two perspectives to explore pedestrian safety: microscopic and macroscopic analyses are explained. The macroscopic analysis along with transportation safety planning for pedestrians is mainly discussed in the lecture. In addition, the concept of safety-in-numbers are explained with a recent case study in Florida.