Highlights from the 2016 College Station Traffic Safety Conference!
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s Center for Transportation Safety, in cooperation with USAA, the ATLAS Center, and TxDOT, held the 2016 Traffic Safety
Conference at the Holiday Inn College Station from June 6-8, 2016.
Here are some ATLAS highlights:
Aging Drivers Breakout Session
Jennifer Zakrajsek, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) Senior Research Associate in the Behavioral Sciences Group (BSG) presented Improving the Safety of Older Heavy-Vehicle Drivers
Nicole Zanier, UMTRI/BSG Research Technician Senior and ATLAS Center Technology Transfer Coordinator presented Longitudinal Research on Aging Drivers (LongROAD) Study Project Overview
Laura Higgins, TTI Associate Research Scientist and ATLAS researcher – Driving and the Lifespan
George Gillette, TTI Roadway Design Student Intern, master’s student, and past ATLAS Summer Intern presented The Effect of Distractions on a Pedestrian’s Waiting Behavior at Traffic Signals: An Observational Study
Student Poster Presentations
ATLAS sponsored 8 undergraduate, graduate and PhD students to attend the conference and present a poster on their research.
Tian Tian – UMTRI Summer Intern and ATLAS project research technician – Improving the Safety of Older Truck Drivers
Poster Session Winner:
All Poster Presentations:
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