At any given time, about 20 percent of drivers have a potentially impairing drug in their system. Road traffic injuries […]
The transportation research faculty, consisting of Assistant Professor Candace Brakewood, along with Professor Chris Cherry and Professor Lee Han, are […]
Professor Chris Cherry is chair of the newly-formed Powered Micromobility Vehicles Committee of SAE International that launched in 2018. Cherry, […]
Associate Department Head of Undergraduate Studies Chris Cherry accidentally discovered what is so far the earliest known evidence of the […]
Professor Chris Cherry and doctoral student Yi Wen are investigating the pros and cons of e-scooters as they relate to safety, public policy, and best practices.
Associate Department Head of Undergraduate Studies and Professor Chris Cherry was quoted in a recent WBIR news story titled “Improperly […]
Associate Department Head of Undergraduate Studies and Professor Chris Cherry was quoted recently in a WIRED article titled, “Waze Data […]
CEE Professor Chris Cherry and grad student Amin Mohamadi Hezaveh study how often pedestrians who are Walking Under the Influence (WUI) are the cause of car accidents that result in their injury or death.
CEE Associate Professor Chris Cherry and Portland State University research associate John MacArthur published an e-bike survey funded by the […]
CEE professor Chris Cherry spoke at the Africa Clean Mobility Week Conference about opportunities to electrify motorcycles to reduce air pollution.
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