Elizabeth Shay

Dr. Shay is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Planning. Her teaching and research in city and regional planning focuses on transportation and land use, travel behavior and active travel, transportation equity, community development, and rural resilience. Dr. Shay is also an Associate Director for the NCDOT Center of Excellence in Transportation Safety and Policy (TSAP), a consortium of five North Carolina universities, for which the lead institution is the Highway Safety Research Center in Chapel Hill, NC. Click here to view details about her current project, titled "Impacts of CAV-Ready Infrastructure on Vulnerable Road Users (VRUS): Guidance for North Carolina's Local and State Transportation Agencies."

There are 2 included publications by Elizabeth Shay :

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Climate, Environment, And Public Health In Western North Carolina 2021 50 The frequency and severity of extreme weather events are expected to increase in the context of a changing climate. Populations across the globe are vulnerable and already experiencing the health effects of a changing climate. Western North Carolina ...
The Journal Of The Blue Cross NC Institute For Health & Human Services: Volume 1 2021 580 Welcome to our Inaugural Issue! The Blue Cross NC Institute for Health and Human Services (IHHS), housed administratively under the Beaver College of Health Sciences, is one of only two institutes at Appalachian State University. The Vision of the IH...