Kelcie Ralph is an associate professor at the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University where she works to identify and correct common misconceptions about travel behavior and safety to improve transportation outcomes.
Spreading the Gospel of Induced Demand
By Nicholas J. Klein, Kelcie Ralph, Calvin Thigpen, Anne Brown | June 1, 2022
Part of the problem is that the public largely misunderstands induced demand. Given this misunderstanding, transportation planners, engineers, and other practitioners must become evangelical about induced demand.
Opinion: To Save Lives, Let’s Cover Crashes Better
By Kelcie Ralph | May 27, 2020
Simple changes to newsroom editorial practices could increase public support for road safety