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transportation safety through a multidisciplinary, systems-based approach.

Learn about the cutting-edge research, tools, data, and resources—compatible with a systems-based approach—we are developing to increase understanding about road safety issues.


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CSCRS @ TRB 2021

CSCRS researchers will be presenting and participating in dozens of lectern sessions, poster sessions, and committee meetings during the virtual 2021 TRB Annual Meeting. If you want to learn more about our center’s work, this document tells you when and where to find our people at TRB 2021. Learn more >

2020 CSCRS Student of the Year, Benjamin Bauchwitz

CSCRS is proud to announce Benjamin Bauchwitz, a doctoral student in the Humans and Autonomy Lab (HAL) at Duke University, as its 2020 Outstanding Student of the Year. His research focuses on certifying and validating the behavior of autonomous systems, especially in automated vehicles. Read more >  


Next CSCRS webinar to focus on crash risk for low-income & minority populations

Our next webinar, "Crash Risk for Low-Income and Minority Populations: Identifying At-risk Cohorts and Underlying Risk Factors," on Feb. 24, 2021, will present the results of an epidemiological examination of pedestrians and bicyclists in South Florida. Learn more >

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