Safe-D: Safety through Disruption

Webinar

Driving Risk Evaluation Web Application

Feng Guo

Detecting crashes and near-crashes in real-time can greatly benefit traffic safety management, development of safety countermeasures, and naturalistic driving data analysis.

Webinar: Use of Disruptive Technologies to Support Safety Analysis and Meet New Federal Requirements

States are required to have access to annual average daily traffic (AADT) for all public paved roads, including non-Federal aid system (NFAS) roadways. The expectation is to use AADT estimates in data-driven safety analysis. Because collecting data on NFAS roads is financially difficult, agencies are interested in exploring affordable ways to estimate AADT. The goal Webinar: Use of Disruptive Technologies to Support Safety Analysis and Meet New Federal Requirements

Safe-D and TTI offering online science activity for 4th-6th grade students

Safe-D researchers at TTI are now offering an at-home lesson for students grade 4 to 6 on the science behind reflective road signs, a property called retroreflectivity.

Safe-D Webinar Series: Analysis of an Incentive-Based Smartphone App for Young Drivers

Please join us for the next webinar in the Safe-D Webinar Series, to be held February 25th from 4-5pm EST.

Safe-D Webinar Series: Pavement Perspective on Automated Vehicle Safety Through Optimized Lateral Positioning Pattern

Please join us for the next webinar in the Safe-D Webinar Series, to be held February 18th from 4-5pm EST.

Safe-D Webinar Series: Street Noise Relationship to Vulnerable Road User Safety

Please join us for the next webinar in the Safe-D Webinar Series, to be held February 12th from 4-5pm EST.