Theme: Matters of Size – From Child to Truck Safety Research
Built for Walking: Safe Environments for Active Transportation
Andrew Howard, MD, FRCSC, MSc, and Linda Rothman, BScOT, PhD, Child Health Evaluative Sciences, Hospital for Sick Children.
A Question of Size: Involvement of Large Trucks in Road Crashes
Steve Brown, Research Associate, Data Collection, Traffic Injury Research Foundation.
Truck Safety in Ontario: Past, Present and Future
Sarah Plonka and Josh Hanna, Road Safety Research Office, Ministry of Transportation of Ontario.
Research on Limiting Distraction, Trucks and VRU Safety
Peter Burns, Chief, Human Factors and Crash Avoidance, Motor Vehicle Safety Directorate, Transport Canada.
Theme: Connecting Road Safety Research to Practice, and Vice Versa
- Safety Research/Knowledge Needs at the Municipal Level
Safety Research and Knowledge Needs at the Municipal Level
Bob Henderson, Manager, Transportation Engineering, Region of Waterloo.
- Graduate Student Research Presentations
Risk Analysis Tool for Safety Management of Railway Grade Crossings in Canada
Lalita Thakali, University of Waterloo
Winter Road Safety
Taimur Usman, University of Waterloo
Development of Crash Modification Factors for Provincial Highways in Ontario
Alireza Jafari, Ryerson University
Immersive Head Mounted Virtual Reality Based Safety Analysis of Smartphone Distracted Pedestrians at Street Crossing
Arash Kalatian, Ryerson University
Anticipatory Driving in Automated Vehicles
Dengbo He, University of Toronto
Searching for Street Parking: Effects on Driver Physiology, Behaviour and Visual Attention Allocation
Canmanie Teresa Ponnambalam, University of Toronto
Prevalence of Engagement in Single vs. Multiple Types of Secondary Tasks: Results from Naturalistic Data
Martina Risteska, University of Toronto
Development of Zonal Level Prediction Models for Crimes Reduction and Traffic Safety Improvement
Seun Daniel Oluwajana, York University
Assessment of the Impacts of Surrounding Trucks on Rear-end Crash Risk
Dhwani Shah, University of Windsor
The Effects of Cycle Tracks Installation on the Spatial Distribution of Cyclist-Motor Vehicle Collisions in Toronto, Canada
Rebecca Ling, University of Toronto