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Latest press releases
14/07/2016 - How Pokemon Go is helping road safety researchers
CARRS-Q in the news
Researchers from the Centre are often called upon for expert comment by print and broadcast publications. Visit the CARRS-Q in the News page for a selection of recent coverage.
You may also refer to our latest newsletter for information about our recent activities.
Journalists wishing to contact senior academic staff and researchers from the Centre are encouraged to contact Kim Smith, Media Liaison Officer on 07 3138 4623.
Awards received by CARRS-Q
Visit the External Recognition page to read about awards bestowed on CARRS-Q and its staff and students.
Road safety fact sheets
Road safety statistics
For the latest road safety statistics, please visit the Department of Infrastructure, Transport & Regional Economics Safety Statistics or the Queensland Transport and Main Roads weekly statistics .
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The Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q) was established in 1996 as a joint venture between the Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC) and the Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
As one of only two internationally recognised, university-based research centres of its kind in Australia, the Centre was created to address the enormous human, economic and social factors resulting from road crashes. The Centre has since expanded its research to include areas of research such as Intelligent Tranpsort Systems, Occupational Safety, Regulation and Enforcement, Road Safety Infrastructure, School and Community Injury Prevention, and Vulnerable Road Users. More about CARRS-Q ...