Kay Teshcke

Kay Teschke is Professor Emeritus, School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia. In 2004, she initiated the Cycling in Cities Research Program to investigate which route infrastructure encourages or discourages cycling and which increases or decreases cycling injury risk. She currently serves on the OECD International Transport Forum Roundtable on Cycling Safety, BC Road Safety Strategy Working Committees, the BC Road Safety Law Reform Group, and the Board of Directors of WorkSafeBC. Over the last 5 years, she has been an expert advisor for the BC Coroner Service child traffic death review panel, Public Health Ontario’s bicycle helmet legislation synthesis, the BC Public Health Officer’s Report on Road Safety, and the City of Vancouver Cycling Safety Study.

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Kay
Teshcke

Kay Teschke is Professor Emeritus, School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia. In 2004, she initiated the Cycling in Cities Research Program to investigate which route infrastructure encourages or discourages cycling and which increases or decreases cycling injury risk. She currently serves on the OECD International Transport Forum Roundtable on Cycling Safety, BC Road Safety Strategy Working Committees, the BC Road Safety Law Reform Group, and the Board of Directors of WorkSafeBC. Over the last 5 years, she has been an expert advisor for the BC Coroner Service child traffic death review panel, Public Health Ontario’s bicycle helmet legislation synthesis, the BC Public Health Officer’s Report on Road Safety, and the City of Vancouver Cycling Safety Study.

Vancouver
Canada