Key Resources

We are committed to the principle of open, publicly accessible data. Therefore, you can download our database of e-scooter fatalities (last updated September 30, 2022), which contains the data underlying all visualizations presented on our website. We only ask that you cite our website and/or our database in return.
Download the database

Our suggested citation for our website is the following:
University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center.

Database citation:
Vann, M., Podsiad, K., Harmon, K. J. (2022, December 31). List of e-scooter fatalities, January 2016 – December 2022 [Dataset]. University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center.


Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety (CSCRS) –

The Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety (CSCRS) is one of five National University Transportation Center funded by the United States Department of Transportation. CSCRS promotes research furthering the advancement of transportation safety through a safe system-based approach. CSCRS supported the collection and analysis of the e-scooter fatality data, as part of the project entitled, “Understanding micromobility safety behavior and standardizing safety metrics for transportation system integration”.

Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC) –

The Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (with funding from the Federal Highway Administration) offers a curated set of resources related to micromobility, including fact sheets, safety studies, case studies, policy documents, and links to webinars and other organizations offering guidance on micromobility program management.

E-Scooter Safety: Issues and Solutions

Sponsored by the Behavioral Traffic Safety Cooperative Research Program (BTSCRP), this is a project that seeks to advance multimodal road safety by identifying safety risks emerging from the growing use of e-scooters and developing comprehensive guidance, tools, policy options, and educational materials to mitigate those risks. The project is expected to be completed in December 2022.

Micromobility Poster

The Micromobility Poster offers an easy visual guide to using recently released ICD-10-CM codes to categorize injuries related to micromobility.

The Light Electric Vehicle Education and Research (LEVER)

The LEVER Institute is an interdisciplinary consortium of powered micromobility researchers and educators seeking to bring a collective focus on micromobility adoption, system integration, societal impacts, and related policy.

National Traffic Safety Board (NTSB)

This safety research report examines the data collection and analysis challenges associated with two of the most common types of micromobility devices: electric scooters (e-scooters) and electric bicycles (e-bikes).