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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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July 22 virtual session explores pedestrian crash prevention systems

CSCRS's next Research to Practice Bytes session, to be held July 22, 2022, will be "Safe vehicles: How effective are pedestrian crash prevention systems?" Asad Khattak, Beaman Professor and Transportation Program Coordinator, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will present the session. Learn more, register & see recordings of previous sessions >

Latest CSCRS newsletter features activities for kids  

CSCRS's first participation in the annual NC Science Festival, Vision Zero/Safe Systems work featured in the UTC newsletter, continued work on micromobility codes, and much more are featured in the most recent edition of CSCRS Crossroads newsletter. Read the newsletter >


FHWA releases Complete Streets report

In March 2022, the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration released “Moving to a Complete Streets Design Model: A Report to Congress on Opportunities and Challenges.” The report promotes the Safe System approach for achieving road safety goals. See more Safe System and systems science resources >

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