Robert Wunderlich, CTS director, is featured in a Stateline story discussing a “safe system” approach to road planning. The idea is to anticipate human errors by road users, then engineer and redesign roads to reduce or eliminate risks that result in serious traffic injuries or deaths. … [Read more...] about Infrastructure Overhaul Should Focus More on Safety
A Galaxy Not So Far Away: Safety Innovation at the 2020 Virtual Traffic Safety Conference
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI's) Center for Transportation Safety (CTS) hosted the first ever virtual Traffic Safety Conference June 10–12, 2020. The conference, supported by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), focused on traffic safety issues and forward-looking research aligned with TxDOT’s goal to end all traffic fatalities on Texas roadways by 2050. For more information on the zero deaths goal, read TxDOT’s press … [Read more...] about A Galaxy Not So Far Away: Safety Innovation at the 2020 Virtual Traffic Safety Conference
The Safe System Approach with Robert Wunderlich, P.E.
Robert Wunderlich, P.E., ITE Fellow and Director of the Center for Transportation Safety at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, discusses the Safe System approach to reducing serious injuries and fatalities on roadways. He highlights the various aspects of the Safe System, including roadway design that reduces user error and lowers impact forces, and explains what transportation professionals can do to help implement a Safe System … [Read more...] about The Safe System Approach with Robert Wunderlich, P.E.