The CTSRC was established by CTDOT in 2012. The mission of the CTSRC is to support CTDOT in developing and maintaining a state-of-the-art crash data entry, collection, and safety analysis system. The goals of the Center include 1) development of efficient tools for the collection and analysis of crash data 2) tracking, documenting and researching safety improvements and needs in the state 3) researching and developing outreach programs to target Connecticut specific/identified safety concerns 4) developing custom training and early intervention programs to assist law enforcement in collecting uniform, timely and complete crash data, and 5) conducting transportation safety research that has state, national and global implications and applications.
Register Today for the 2019 Northeast Connected & Automated Vehicle Summit
– Free Event
– When: June 12 & 13
– Where: Hartford, CT
– Hosts: Federal Highway Administration, Connecticut DOT, & the University of Connecticut
– Excellent Speakers & Panelists This regional summit is catered to public and private sector individuals from throughout the Northeast Corridor (Washington, D.C. to Maine) and places far beyond who are involved with and/or interested in various connected and automated vehicle activities in their state, organization or firm. A variety of CAV issues and topics will be discussed at the Summit, including: policy, human factors, infrastructure, freight, cybersecurity, connected vehicle technologies, automated vehicle mobility, etc.
Register today & view full agenda at www.necavsummit.com