Seminar Series: Analyzing Indiana Crash Data to Inform Traffic Safety Policy and Program Development
September 29, Minneapolis
The Roadway Safety Institute is working to reduce crashes and save lives on our nation’s roadways—and has created a video highlighting these efforts.
About the Roadway Safety Institute
The Roadway Safety Institute was established in late 2013 to conduct research focused on user-centered transportation safety systems.
Driven by the goal of preventing crashes to reduce fatalities and life-changing injuries, the Institute conducts research on regional and national issues related to traffic safety systems and high-risk road users.
The Institute is built on the strong fdoundation of safety-related research, education, and outreach conducted at the University of Minnesota's Intelligent Transportation Systems Institute and Center for Transportation Studies as well as at consortium members the University of Akron, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, and Western Michigan University.
The Roadway Safety Institute is the University Transportation Center for USDOT Region 5, which includes Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
The Roadway Safety Institute has the most comprehensive university-based transportation research facilities in Region 5, allowing our researchers to examine safety-critical concepts across the entire continuum of research environments.
- HumanFIRST Lab, University of Minnesota
- Minnesota Traffic Observatory, University of Minnesota
- Connected Vehicles Research Laboratory, University of Minnesota
- Rail Transportation and Engineering Center (RAILTEC), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Traffic Operations Laboratory, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign