Nebraska Authors

Chris St. Pierre

After being hit while riding his bicycle in 2015, Lincoln Nebraska software developer Chris St. Pierre crunched the numbers from 3 years, or some 28,291 accident reports made available by the Lincoln Police Department, and created the on-line document, "Bicycle Crash Analytics," which he continues (2019) to update. Statistics analyzed in the document offer insight into what traffic situations are the riskiest for cyclists, and St. Pierre's commentary reflects on what police, drivers, and cyclists don't always know.

While the database does not usually include unpublished, internet only authors, St. Pierre is included as an exception because his document is a frequent reference in local discussions.


Author Of

  • Nonfiction


Bicycling; Bicycle Crash Statistics


BA, English, French and Philosophy, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, NE


"Bicycle Crash Analytics" an on-line document (accessed 5-20-2019). (Please recall that because of the rate of link rot, our policy is to offer titles, not links, so that an intelligent user can find online resources themselves.)

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Chris St. Pierre

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