Studying the interactions of the driver, the vehicle and the environment.
Roadway users play a critical role in the safety of our nation’s roadways. TTI’s Human Factors Program examines human limitations and capabilities, and works to optimize the user-vehicle and user-roadway interfaces to improve safety. The Behavioral Research Program examines roadway user attitudes and actions to help identify methods to promote safer behavior.
- At a Glance — The Intersection of Health and Transportation
- What We’re Thinking: As Cars Get Better, Driving Gets Worse
- Driven to Improve Safety: TTI, Texas A&M Partners Collaborate to Reduce Agricultural Crashes
- Changing Our Mindset — TTI Research Reveals a Disconnect Between Belief and Behavior in Teen Drivers
- Safety Research Essential in Light of National Increase in Traffic Crashes: TTI’s Center for Transportation Safety
- Building on a Foundation of Shared Trust, Vision: TTI and Texas A&M’s Zachry Department of Civil Engineering Look Toward the Future
- Driving High vs. Driving Drunk: We Still Have a Lot to Learn
- Austin Region Ridesharing Survey Now Open
- Testing of New Technology for Traffic Signs Shows Great Promise
- A Partnership in Progress: TTI, USDOT Celebrate a Half Century of Research Innovations