CARRS-Q Events & Seminars

Date Details

Queensland Road Safety Awards Community Engagement Workshop

This annual event, hosted by CARRS-Q, will be held at Victoria Park Golf & Function Centre, Herston Road, Herston, Brisbane.

This will be a highlight event of Queensland Road Safety Week 2016.

Visit for more information.




Past Events and Seminars

Date Details

Michael Paul Manser, Ph.D., Program Manager, Senior Research Scientist, Texas A&M Transportation Institute - "The role of driver state detection and vehicle error recognition in addressing driver safety". Download the recording of this seminar [MP4, 646MB]


Linda Ng Boyle, Professor and Chair, Industrial & Systems Engineering and Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Washington - "Modelling the effects of drivers’ adaptive behaviour on system safety". Download the recording of this seminar [MP4, 493MB]


ICTTP 2016: International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology
QUT’s Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety - Queensland (CARRS-Q) and Griffith University’s School of Applied Psychology hosted ICTTP6 in Brisbane, Australia. Conference theme: "Taking Traffic and Transport Psychology to the World". For more information please visit 


Dr Wouter Van den Berghe, Research Director, Knowledge Centre, Belgian Road Safety Institute - "The development and deployment of the research strategy of the Belgian Road Safety Institute". View the slides: Motorcycle Safety Research in Belgium [PDF, 1.89MB]


Tara Goddard, PhD Candidate, Nohad Toulan School of Urban Studies & Planning, Portland State University - "Explicit and Implicit Attitudes and Self-Reported Safety Behaviours in US Drivers towards Bicyclists".

28/04/2016 Taxi Safety Seminar
Limited research has been conducted into the taxi industry either internationally or within Australia. CARRS-Q has now undertaken research projects within the taxi industry. The results and implications of this research were presented at this seminar, together with a highlight of the progress in the design of a new feedback system to provide driver-specific feedback on driving performance. A synopsis of this research [PDF, 988KB] is now available.


Archive of Past CARRS-Q Events and Seminars


top | back