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 InfrastructureSchool and Community Injury Prevention, and Vulnerable Road Users (view main Research page).

 

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A speeding car approaches pedestrians waiting to cross the road

Advertising

 

A driver shakes his fist at another car

Aggressive driving 

 

A policeman conducting a roadside breath test for alcohol

Alcohol-affected driving

 

A cyclist rides beside a road with traffic

Cyclists

 

A driver talks on a mobile phone with his arm draped over the steering wheel

Distracted driving

 

A handful of pills and tablets

Drug-affected driving

 

A car that has run off the road and crashed into a tree

Fatigued driving

 

Indigenous Australian men with pictures of traffic signs

Indigenous people

 

An Indonesian street scene: pedestrians, taxi, scooter and traffic police

International

 

Motorcyclist

Motorcyclists

 

A four wheel drive vehicle driving uphill through sand

Off-road driving

 

An older man behind the wheel of a car

Older drivers

 

A young child being strapped into a baby seat in a car

Passengers

 

 

School children crossing a road

Pedestrians

 

A vehicle waits for a train to pass at a railway level crossing

Rail

 

A rural road with a herd of cattle crossing

Rural and remote areas

 

A car speeds on a suburban street

Speeding

 

 

A group of people cook over a campfire beside a tour bus and four wheel drive vehicle

Tourists

 

A city street with traffic and pedestrians

Urban areas

 

A young learner driver supervised by an adult

Young drivers

 

 

The CARRS-Q Advanced Driving Simulator was completed in 2010, and is available for use by researchers.

 

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