Programs & Services

 

Advanced Driving Simulator

Queensland’s first state-of-the-art advanced driving simulator is operational at the Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q).  Based at the Queensland University of Technology, the simulator will advance Australian road safety research and provide new insight to reduce the high death toll on national roads. More information on the simulator ...

 

Work-Related Road Safety

The Fleet Safety Management Team at CARRS-Q offers organisations a variety of services aimed at improving vehicle fleet safety. We tailor services to meet the unique needs of each organisation regarding their fleet size, vehicle composition, organisational culture, and budgetary constraints. More information on Work-Related Road Safety ...

 

Hero to Healing

As part of her PhD, Dr Michelle Fitts explored the motivations that influence Indigenous people to drink drive inremote communities through one-on-one interviews with convicted repeat drink drivers and developed a community-focused drink driving pilot program. More information on Hero to Healing...

 

Steering Clear

The Steering Clear program is a research based, self guided web based therapeutic intervention. The program aims to reduce drink driving by making those apprehended aware of their personal risk factors and potential consequences of a second drink driving offence. Furthermore, it will allow participants to build personalised plans for the future to prevent them from drink driving. More information on Steering Clear ...

 

Under the Limit (UTL)

Under the Limit is a 6 week drink driving prevention and rehabilitation program that is offered through the magistrates courts in association with a probation order or on legal or self referral.  In conjunction with government the program is managed by senior road safety research staff at the Queensland University of Technology’s Centre for Accident research and Road Safety - Queensland.  More information on UTL ...