Moreno Zanotto

Moreno Zanotto

Research Staff

Moreno is a graduate of SFU’s Faculty of Health Sciences, where he completed his thesis research on the Vancouver public bike share system. Today, Moreno coordinates the training of personnel and the logistics of data collection for a variety of public health intervention research studies that contribute to the design of healthier cities.

Moreno lives in beautiful Metro Vancouver and cycles for most trips using his e-bike. He is active with the cycling advocacy community working to turn research evidence into practice by making the case for higher quality cycling infrastructure and safer streets.

Research Interests: Cycling infrastructure, road safety for vulnerable road users.

CHATR Projects: CHild Active-transportation Safety and the Environment (CHASE) Study; Canadian Bicycle Infrastructure Classification System (Can-BICS);