Safe-D: Safety through Disruption

Final Reports

Modeling Driver Responses During Automated Vehicle Failures
Real-world Use of Automated Driving Systems and their Safety Consequences
Development of Analytic Method to Determine Weaving Patterns for Safety Analysis near Freeway Interchanges with Access Management Treatments
Assessing Alternate Approaches for Conveying Automated Vehicle ‘Intentions’
Big Data Visualization and Spatiotemporal Modeling of Aggressive Driving
Identification of Railroad Requirements for the Future Automated and Connected Vehicle (AV/CV) Environment
03-051 Resomous ponse of AutonVehicles to Emergency hicles (RAVEV) Response Vehicles
02-014 Formalizing Human- Machine Communication in the Context of Autonomous Vehicles
VTTI-00-020 Standardized Performance Evaluation of Vehicles with Automated Capabilities
TTI-Student-05 Exploring Crowdsourced Monitoring Data for Safety Final Research Report
TTI-01-03 Comparison of SHRP2 Naturalistic Driving Data to Geometric Design Speed Characteristics on Freeway Ramps Final Research Report
02-008 Optimizing the Lateral Wandering of Automated Vehicles to Improve Roadway Safety and Pavement Life
01-003 Data Mining to Improve Planning for Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety
02-009: Vehicle Occupants and Driver Behavior: An Assessment of Vulnerable User Groups
01-006 Implications of Truck Platoons for Roadside Hardware and Vehicle Safety
01-005 Factors Surrounding Child Seat Usage in Rideshare Services
TTI-03-01 Emerging Legal Issues for Transportation Researchers Using Passively Collected Data Sets
03-050 Design and Evaluation of a Connected Work Zone Hazard Detection and Communication System for Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs)
03-040 Examining Senior Drivers Adaptation to Mixed Level Automated Vehicles: A Naturalistic Study
01-001 Analyzing Highway Safety Datasets: Simplifying Statistical Analyses from Sparse to Big Data
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