Research - Areas of interest
CARRS-Q undertakes research into road safety and injury prevention in order to address the enormous human, economic and social costs resulting from road crashes. The Centre has a commitment to achieve real and long-term results by providing research based information to policy makers and the community.
CARRS-Q research projects are grouped into the following themes: Intelligent Transport Systems, Occupational Safety, Regulation and Enforcement, Road Safety Infrastructure, School and Community Injury Prevention, and Vulnerable Road Users (view main Research page).
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The CARRS-Q Advanced Driving Simulator was completed in 2010, and is available for use by researchers.