Alice Grossman

Alice Grossman

Alice Grossman is a policy analyst at the Eno Center for Transportation conducting research in various areas of multimodal transportation. Dr. Grossman has worked extensively on research relating to metropolitan transportation planning and performance measurement, mobility-on-demand and TNCs, electronic travel diary development, K-12 and higher education in transportation, active transportation safety, and pedestrian infrastructure asset management and accessibility. She completed her B.A. at Vassar College in Physics and Astronomy, and her Ph.D. at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Civil Engineering.

Eno Transportation Weekly Articles

Automated Vehicles,Safety & Security,Traffic Safety,USDOT

Senate Committee Looks at Federal Roles in AV Safety

November 22,2019 On Wednesday, November 20, the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee held a hearing on the safety of highly automated vehicles. Witnesses were: • Robert Sumwalt, Chairman, National...

USDOT Hosts Summit on Access and Mobility for Disabled or Rural Individuals

October 31,2019 On Tuesday, October 29, The USDOT hosted a Summit for Access and Mobility for All. Speeches and panel discussions focused on the need to improve transportation options for people with disabilities...
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Media Mentions & Commentary

October 24,2019

American Roads Are Getting Safer—Unless You’re Walking

Eno policy analysts Alice Grossman and Romic Aevaz talk about the importance of road design in ensuring pedestrian safety. It demands a mix of design, policy, and enforcement at a variety of levels, from the public to the federal government. Share
The Overhead Wire/State Smart Transportation Initiative |
August 16,2019

Inside the Transportation Data Tug of War

It’s not necessarily that we need TNC data to regulate the TNCs. We need TNC data just like we need data on cyclists and we need data on private vehicle use and we need data on walking.
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