Safety Study

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According to the reference reviewed, Bicycles* have exhibited injury rates per million trips that are five times higher than Wheels devices; Scooters** have exhibited injury rates eight to 26 times higher.

According to the references reviewed, Bicycles* have exhibited injury rates per travel hours that are two to five times higher than Wheels devices; Scooters** have exhibited injury rates from nine to 19 times higher.

According to the references reviewed, Bicycles* have exhibited injury rates per mile traveled that are nearly four times higher than Wheels devices; Scooters** have exhibited injury rates from three to 66 times higher

According to the references reviewed, Bicycles* have exhibited injury rates per million miles traveled that are four times higher than Wheels devices; Scooters** have exhibited injury rates from three to 66 times higher

According to the data reviewed, and the study limitations expressed on the next slide, the Wheels injury rates per trips, per miles traveled, or per riding hours are all less than bicycles, powered scooters, or e-scooters:

According to the data reviewed, and the study limitations expressed on the next slide, the Wheels injury rates per trips, per miles traveled, or per riding hours are all less than bicycles, powered scooters, or e-scooters:

The injury rates per miles traveled for the micro-mobility devices reviewed ranged from three times to 66 times higher than for Wheels.

The injury rates per hours of travel for the other micro-mobility devices reviewed ranged from two times to 19 times higher than for Wheels.