Transportation Safety

Summary

  • 103 Companies
  • 2 Patents
  • 7 Use Cases
  • 44 Case Studies
  • 206 Science Papers
  • $1 913 318 Total Funding

Companies

#Organisation NameIndustriesHeadquarterDescriptionFounded YearCompany TypeNum of Employees
1
Civil Engineering
Albany, NY
To attain its mission the responsibilities, functions and duties of the Department of Transportation include: ■Coordinating and developing comprehensive transportation policy for the State; coordinating and assisting in the development and operation of transportation facilities and services for highways, railroads, mass transit systems, ports, waterways and aviation facilities; and, formulating and keeping current a long-range, comprehensive statewide master plan for the balanced development of public and private commuter and general transportation facilities. ■Administering a public safety program for railroads and motor carriers engaged in intrastate commerce; directing state regulation of such carriers in matters of rates and service; and, providing oversight in matters relative to the safe operation of bus lines, commuter railroads and subway systems that are publicly subsidized through the Public Transportation Safety Board
1967
Government Agency
2 695
2
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WILSONVILLE, OR
The World's Sixth Sense FLIR Systems, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures, markets, and distributes technologies that enhance perception and awareness. We bring innovative sensing solutions into daily life through our thermal imaging systems, visible-light imaging systems, locator systems, measurement and diagnostic systems, and advanced threat detection systems. Our products improve the way people interact with the world around them, enhance public safety and well-being, increase energy efficiency, and enable healthy and entertained communities. Pioneers in thermal imaging, we were founded in 1978, originally providing infrared imaging systems that were installed on vehicles for use in conducting energy audits. Today our advanced systems and components are used for a wide variety of thermal imaging, situational awareness, and security applications, including airborne and ground-based surveillance, condition monitoring, navigation, recreation, research and development, manufacturing process control, search and rescue, drug interdiction, transportation safety and efficiency, border and maritime patrol, environmental monitoring, and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives threat detection.
1978
Public Company
2 574
3
Transportation
Lisle, IL
National Express LLC (NELLC) is the North American subsidiary of National Express Group, PLC, one of the premier transportation firms in the United Kingdom. NELLC is comprised of Durham School Services, WeDriveU, Petermann, Matthews Bus, National Express Transit, Trans Express, Septran, Smith Bus Service, White Plains Bus Co., Suburban Paratransit Service, Trinity Transportation Group, Transit Express, New Dawn Transit, Cook DuPage Transportation, Queen City Transportation, Monroe School Transportation, Quality Bus Service, Aristocrat Limousine, A&S Transportation, A1A Transportation, Wise Coaches of Nashville, Kiessling Transit, Total Transit and Silver Fox Coaches in the United States, as well as Stock Transportation in Canada. We operate across 36 states and three provinces. All organizations share a strong commitment to provide the highest level of transportation safety, quality transportation, outstanding customer service and positive employee relations. Together, NELLC’s home-to-school companies operate more than 22,500 school buses, serve more than 550 school districts in 33 states and three provinces, and transport more than 1.3 million students on a daily basis. Transit and paratransit operations transport more than 22 million passengers annually with more than 2,800 vehicles. National Express Shuttle (WeDriveU) serves more than nine million corporate and university passengers annually. NELLC’s corporate headquarters, located in Lisle, Illinois, houses the administrative and corporate support functions for the organization. Our 290+ local customer service centers (CSCs) are supported by regional operations teams located throughout North America.
1917
Public Company
1 148
4
Government
Boston, MA
At the Massachusetts Port Authority, our history is long, our responsibilities serious and our mission unwavering: to connect Massachusetts and New England to the world, safely, securely and efficiently, never forgetting our commitment to our neighbors who live and work around our ports and facilities. We have extremely high standards which includes hiring the most talented people to maintain our facilities and achieve our goals. We strive for diversity in our workforce and to make Massport a leader among our peers in transportation safety and security, customer service, and environmental management. We’re expanding Boston’s global reach by increasing the number of nonstop domestic and international flights from Logan Airport. We’re advancing Massachusetts’ working maritime tradition by protecting thousands of good-paying blue-collar jobs connected to the Port of Boston. And we’re demonstrating our commitment to being a good neighbor to those who live and work near Massport facilities by strengthening our community engagement efforts. Every day, we strive to be a good steward in service of the great Commonwealth.
1956
Government Agency
573
5
Software
Beijing
Founded in 2015, Horizon Robotics™ is a pioneer in the area of artificial intelligence computing for smart mobility at the edge. With over 600 patents, Horizon Robotics has been actively developing high-performance, low-power, and cost-effective deep learning computing solutions that advance transportation safety, enhance the driving experience and empower the future generation of autonomous vehicles. Horizon’s partners stand in the center of its activities and benefit from an unparalleled time-to-market enabled by its development toolkit and sets of pre-trained model examples. Since its inception, Horizon Robotics has enabled Tier1s and OEMs across North America, Europe, and Asia to develop advanced deep-learning solutions for in-cabin applications and automated driving, pushing the boundaries of the mobility industry. Visit our blog: https://medium.com/horizon-robotics Contact us: Business Requests: [email protected] Marketing Requests: [email protected] Careers: [email protected]
2015
Privately Held
382
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Public Safety
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is an independent federal agency charged with determining the probable cause of transportation accidents, promoting transportation safety, and assisting victims of transportation accidents and their families.
1967
Government Agency
367
7
Software
Dallas, Texas
Drivewyze® Inc. is the leader in Connected Truck Services and is on a mission to revolutionize transportation safety and efficiency. We serve commercial drivers and fleets with innovative trucking services such as Drivewyze PreClear bypass, Drivewyze Safety Notifications (including our newest Rest Area Alerts), the Drivewyze Weigh Station Activity Report, and Drivewyze Insights. Drivewyze services are delivered through smartphones and tablets, as well as integrated directly into the ELDs and in-cab devices preferred by carriers, such as Omnitracs, PeopleNet, Transflo, Geotab, and more. Find out more: www.drivewyze.com .
2011
Privately Held
143
8
Environmental Services
Fairfax, Virginia
CSS offers its customers extraordinary expertise in science programs support, environmental health & safety, environmental compliance & management, transportation safety & security, and emergency response & disaster recovery. CSS applies science and technology to create a healthier, safer and environmentally sustainable future. CSS services more than 20 Federal agencies and numerous state, and regional clients. Our projects range from small quick-response tasks to large, long-term, and complex programs involving multiple subcontractors and collaborators. We have established successful public-private partnerships to meet critical national needs while stimulating economic development and minimizing Federal expenditures. Our flexibility and creativity enable us to design and manage rapidly evolving research and development initiatives. Our sophisticated management systems and quality controls ensure that we meet our clients’ most rigid timelines and quality objectives. CSS combines creativity and experience to provide reliable, responsive, and cost-effective solutions. We place a premium on being a value-added services provider by engaging in educational outreach and by fostering multiagency collaborations and dual-use technology development to promote our clients’ missions.
1988
Privately Held
132
9
Manufacturing
深圳 Shenzhen, 广东 guangdong
Shenzhen Anche Enterprise is a leading company of China in the dev elopment, manufacture and sale of automobile inspection equipments and system, emission test system, anche networking solution for the industry. We develop and implement the state-of-the-art technology. We have been dedicated to serving our clients with the best solution and the most perfect service year by year. Anche has the number 1 market share for straight 8 years in China. We designed and built 90 percent of national and provincial vehicle inspection central stations. We were invited to participate in establishing a bunch of national standards and for the industry in China. We own a lot of independent patents and copyrights on our products and core software system. We are members of the following associations: Council of Automobile Maintenance Facilities Industry of China, Council of Automobile Repair Industry of China, and Highway Transportation Safety Council of China, Measuring Association of China, and Shenzhen Software Industry Association. Anche has more than 500 employees, of which 86% have a bachelor or higher degree. Anche has become one of the inspection and maintenance of automobile in China, with the most robust development. We have one clear goal, which is to provide our customers with one stop solution that fully matches their requirements. Choose Anche as your product supplier, service provider, or business partner, it will guarantee you satisfaction and excellence.
2006
Public Company
122
10
Logistics and Supply Chain
El Paso, TX
Trans-Expedite is a trusted, full service transportation and logistics company. Defined by our commitment to personalized service, we are a single source solution for your supply chain needs. We’re on the job 24/7 hours/days a week, 365 days a year, with 24/7 customer service available. We take our tagline, “When Time Is Money, Time’s Not Wasted!”. Our operations personnel are highly trained to act quickly and effectively, and empowered to offer innovative solutions that meet your specific business needs. We are proud to be recognized and associated with the following regulatory bodies and organizations: • Licensed by the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) • Certified Indirect Air Carrier (IAC) • Certified Cargo Screening Facility (CCSF) • Certified by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and National Motor Freight Traffic Administration • Certified ISO 28000:2007 Business–Supply Chain Security • Public Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) Operator • Certified Member of the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) • Certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE) by WBENC • Member Airforwarders Association (AFA) • Member Young President's Organization (YPO) • Member Women's Business Council - Southwest • Member International Compliance Professionals Association (ICPA) • Member West Texas-New Mexico Customs Brokers Association • Member Asociacion de Maquiladoras AC –Juarez–AMAC Trans-Expedite’s Purpose & Vision: Purpose We prioritize our clients’ supply chain goals with urgency, efficiency and safety.  We meet your deadlines!   Vision To be the premier global provider of transportation and logistics solutions, customized to the needs of each client.We will leverage our global reach and state-of-the-art technology to stimulate innovation and empower our employees to do great things. Our growth will enhance our culture valuing outstanding performance for our customers and philanthropic responsibility to our community.
2001
Privately Held
97

Patents

#NumberTitleAbstractDateKindAssigneeInventor
1
8 565 214
Method for scheduling data transmission in hybrid communication networks for transportation safety systems
A hybrid communication network for a transportation safety system includes a fixed wired nodes and mobile wireless nodes. Because the wired nodes operate independently packets transmitted by the wired nodes to the wireless nodes need to be synchronized. A downlink travel time for downlink packets traveling from a controller to the wireless nodes is determined. Then, the controller schedules downlink data intervals (DDI) based on the downlink travel time; and transmits downlink packets to the wireless nodes during the DDI, such that a latency requirement of the transportation safety system is satisfied.
B2
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories, Inc.
Jinyun Zhang, Jianlin Guo, Philip V. Orlik, Chunjie Duan, Frederick J Igo, Jr., Raymond Yim
2
5 680 120
Transportation safety apparatus and method
A transportation safety apparatus and method for the detection of obstacles which lie off the line-of-sight or beyond the field of view of a moving vehicle entails shooting a laser beam through the air from a moving vehicle, capturing the beam and passing it to a fiberoptic relay which transmits a laser pulse to a distant site, and receiving a reflection thereof if the site is clear of obstacles. The pulses are received within about 10-20 microseconds per kilometer of relay length from the time of launching, permitting monitoring of the probe-site in real-time.
A
Aspen Systems Inc.
Michael M. Tilleman

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Top 10 cited papers

#Paper TitlePaper AbstractAuthorsFields of StudyYearCitation Count
1
Impact of vehicular communications security on transportation safety
Transportation safety, one of the main driving forces of the development of vehicular communication (VC) systems, relies on high-rate safety messaging (beaconing). At the same time, there is consensus among authorities, industry, and academia on the need to secure VC systems. With specific proposals in the literature, a critical question must be answered: can secure VC systems be practical and satisfy the requirements of safety applications, in spite of the significant communication and processing overhead and other restrictions security and privacy-enhancing mechanisms impose? To answer this question, we investigate in this paper the following three dimensions for secure and privacy-enhancing VC schemes: the reliability of communication, the processing overhead at each node, and the impact on a safety application. The results indicate that with the appropriate system design, including sufficiently high processing power, applications enabled by secure VC can be in practice as effective as those enabled by unsecured VC.
Computer Science
2008
58
2
The National Transportation Safety Board: A Model for Systemic Risk Management
We propose the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) as a model organization for addressing systemic risk in industries and contexts other than transportation. When adopted by regulatory agencies and the transportation industry, the safety recommendations of the NTSB have been remarkably effective in reducing the number of fatalities in various modes of transportation since the NTSB’s inception in 1967 as an independent agency. Formerly part of the Civil Aeronautics Board (now the Federal Aviation Administration), the NTSB has no regulatory authority and is solely focused on conducting forensic investigations of transportation accidents and proposing safety recommendations. With only 400 full-time employees, the NTSB has a much larger network of experts drawn from other government agencies and the private sector who are on call to assist in accident investigations on an as-needed basis. By allowing and encouraging the participation of all interested parties in its investigations, the NTSB is able to produce definitive analyses of even the most complex accidents and provide genuinely actionable measures for reducing the chances of future accidents. We believe it is possible to create more efficient and effective systemic-risk management processes in many other industries, including the financial services industry, by studying the organizational structure and functions of the NTSB.
Business
2010
35
3
Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators: Recommendations of the AASM Sleep and Transportation Safety Awareness Task Force.
ABSTRACT The American Academy of Sleep Medicine Sleep and Transportation Safety Awareness Task Force responded to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and Federal Railroad Administration Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and request for public comments regarding the evaluation of safety-sensitive personnel for moderate-to-severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). The following document represents this response. The most salient points provided in our comments are that (1) moderate-to-severe OSA is common among commercial motor vehicle operators (CMVOs) and contributes to an increased risk of crashes; (2) objective screening methods are available and preferred for identifying at-risk drivers, with the most commonly used indicator being body mass index; (3) treatment in the form of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) is effective and reduces crashes; (4) CPAP is economically viable; (5) guidelines are available to assist medical examiners in determining whether CMVOs with moderate-to-severe OSA should continue to work without restrictions, with conditional certification, or be disqualified from operating commercial motor vehicles.
Medicine
2017
33
4
Causal inference in transportation safety studies: Comparison of potential outcomes and causal diagrams
The research questions that motivate transportation safety studies are causal in nature. Safety researchers typically use observational data to answer such questions, but often without appropriate causal inference methodology. The field of causal inference presents several modeling frameworks for probing empirical data to assess causal relations. This paper focuses on exploring the applicability of two such modeling frameworks---Causal Diagrams and Potential Outcomes---for a specific transportation safety problem. The causal effects of pavement marking retroreflectivity on safety of a road segment were estimated. More specifically, the results based on three different implementations of these frameworks on a real data set were compared: Inverse Propensity Score Weighting with regression adjustment and Propensity Score Matching with regression adjustment versus Causal Bayesian Network. The effect of increased pavement marking retroreflectivity was generally found to reduce the probability of target nighttime crashes. However, we found that the magnitude of the causal effects estimated are sensitive to the method used and to the assumptions being violated.
Mathematics, Computer Science
2011
26
5
School Transportation Safety
This policy statement replaces the previous version published in 1996. It provides new information, studies, regulations, and recommendations related to the safe transportation of children to and from school and school-related activities. Pediatricians can play an important role at the patient/family, community, state, and national levels as child advocates and consultants to schools and early education programs about transportation safety.
Medicine
2007
23
6
RFID-based system for school children transportation safety enhancement
This paper presents a system to monitor pick-up/drop-off of school children to enhance the safety of children during the daily transportation from and to school. The system consists of two main units, a bus unit and a school unit. The bus unit the system is used to detect when a child boards or leaves the bus. This information is communicated to the school unit that identifies which of the children did not board or leave the bus and issues an alert message accordingly. The system has a developed web-based database-driven application that facilities its management and provides useful information about the children to authorized personal. A complete prototype of the proposed system was implemented and tested to validate the system functionality. The results show that the system is promising for daily transportation safety.
Computer Science, Engineering
2015
22
7
THE ECONOMICS OF COMMERCIAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY
The main purpose of this chapter is to review the knowledge that economists can bring to bear on the various facets of the transportation safety problem: How much safety should be provided? To what extent can the free market ensure safety? What are the major market failures? How well has existing government intervention responded to these failures? Should there be any changes in public policy?
Business, Economics
1999
21
8
Integrated Modeling Approach for Non-Motorized Mode Trips and Fatal Crashes in the Framework of Transportation Safety Planning
In recent decades, considerable efforts have been made to incorporate traffic safety into long-term transportation plans (LTTPs), a process which is often termed transportation safety planning (TSP). Although some researchers have attempted to integrate transportation plans and safety by adopting transportation planning data (e.g., trip generation) for estimating traffic crash frequency at the macroscopic level, no studies have attempted to develop trip and safety models in one structure simultaneously. A Bayesian integrated multivariate modeling approach is suggested for estimating trips and crashes of non-motorized modes (i.e., walking and cycling). American Housing Survey (AHS) data were collected from the U.S. Census Bureau and were used for the proposed approach. In the first part of the proposed model, the probabilities of choosing walking and cycling modes were estimated, and the estimated probabilities were converted to trips by multiplying the number of sampled households. In the second part, the estimated trips were fed into crash prediction models (or safety performance functions) as an exposure variable. The modeling result revealed many contributing factors for pedestrian/bicycle trips and crashes. Possible shared unobserved features between pedestrian and bicycle trips, and between pedestrian and bicycle crashes, were accounted for by adopting a multivariate structure. In addition, it was found that the crash models with the estimated exposures outperform those with the observed exposures. It is expected that the integrated modeling approach for trips and crashes in this study will provide great insights into the future directions of TSP.
Business, Economics
2018
16
9
Transportation Safety Planning Approach for Pedestrians: An Integrated Framework of Modeling Walking Duration and Pedestrian Fatalities
Multiple approaches have been proposed to take traffic safety into consideration in long-term transportation plans, referred to as transportation safety planning. Some early studies used trip generation data as the explanatory variables for their macro-level crash safety performance functions, or crash prediction models. However, no study to date has attempted to integrate walking exposure and pedestrian safety at the modeling stage. Thus, a novel methodological framework for integrating the analyses of walking exposure and pedestrian crashes is proposed toward better transportation safety planning for pedestrians. In comparison with walking trips and walking miles, walking hours was identified as the best walking exposure variable by a preliminary analysis. Thus, an integrated modeling structure with walking hours as its exposure variable was developed. The modeling results indicate that climate conditions, population, and car usage patterns affect walking hours, and predicted walking hours, climate conditions, percentage of mid-elderly (64–75 years), proportions of minority race/ethnicity, and percent of tertiary industry occupations have significant effects on pedestrian fatalities. In addition, the integrated modeling framework was compared with non-integrated ones, and the results indicate that the integrated framework outperforms its counterparts in relation to deviance information criterion. The proposed approach and the findings from this study are expected to provide useful insights not only to researchers but also to policy makers and practitioners in the fields of transportation planning and traffic safety.
Business, Computer Science
2019
15
10
Emergency Medical Services: Unique Transportation Safety Challenge
Emergency Medical Service (EMS) is an essential and transportation based emergency service, and now key component of the new SAFETEA-LU required State Strategic Highway Safety Plans. Ground EMS responds to approximately 30 million emergency medical/injury calls annually. In contrast to other commercial transport vehicles, ambulance transport safety is not currently encompassed by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), nor formally by any other overseeing body and hence the safety oversight of this transport system is fragmented and largely devoid of current technical transportation safety input. This is of serious concern, particularly when the crash fatality rate for these EMS vehicles per mile traveled is estimated to be in excess of 10 fold higher than that for heavy trucks. Additionally there are ambulance ‘wake effect’ crashes, with rates in excess of five fold of the identified ambulance crash rates. These deficiencies in EMS transportation safety process range in spectrum from safety performance data capture, to transportation system safety engineering, and vehicle design, vehicle safety performance and occupant protection. There is also no process for formal knowledge transfer of existing transportation safety understanding and expertise or vehicle design and safety technical expertise either from the commercial vehicle industry or the automotive safety industry to the ambulance industry. This paper identifies some of the unique challenges of this EMS transportation system and addresses existing and innovative approaches for augmenting knowledge transfer potential from other transportation areas to enhance the safety of this special transportation system.
Business, Engineering
2008
14

Top 10 cited authors

#AuthorPapers countCitation Count
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282
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5
279
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Science papers by Year

Clinical Trials

  • Researches Count 1
  • Ongoing Studies 1
  • Total Enrollment 2 400

Clinical Trials by Year

Clinical Trials

#TitleConditionsInterventionsEnrollmentYearLocations
1
Promoting Transportation Safety in Adolescence
Automobile Accident
Parent-Teen Intervention, Usual Practice
2 400
2021
University of Pennsylvania

Use Cases

#TopicPaper TitleYearFields of studyCitationsUse CaseAuthors
1
Transportation Safety
Strategies to Secure Transportation Safety for the sake of Children concerning with School Bus Operation - Focusing on the American Experience -
2018
0
the sake of children concerning with school bus operation - focusing on the american experience -
2
Transportation Safety
Strategies to Secure Transportation Safety for the sake of Children concerning with School Bus Operation - Focusing on the American Experience -
2018
0
the sake of children concerning with school bus operation - focusing on the american experience -
3
Transportation Safety
Assessment of Transportation Safety for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
2016
Psychology, Medicine
1
children with autism spectrum disorder
4
Transportation Safety
Green thermal analysis for predicting thermal hazard of storage and transportation safety for tert-butyl peroxybenzoate
2012
Chemistry
32
tert-butyl peroxybenzoate
5
Transportation Safety
Applying basic principles of child passenger safety to improving transportation safety for children who travel while seated in wheelchairs.
2011
Business, Psychology, Medicine
5
children who travel while seated in wheelchairs.
6
Transportation Safety
Transportation safety for children with special healthcare needs.
2011
Business, Medicine
0
children with special healthcare needs.
7
Transportation Safety
Getting There! Mini-Units and Learning Activities on Transportation Safety for Grades 9 through 12.
1977
Education, Engineering
0
grades 9 through 12.

Case Studies

#TitleDescriptionPDFYearSource Ranking
1
Human safety in autonomous transport systems - INFONA
by A Dąbrowska · 2021 · Cited by 1 — W związku z tym, celem artykułu jest przeprowadzenie analizy porównawczej wybranych metod wykrywania człowieka w strefie magazynowej.
no
2021
60
2
Human Safety in Autonomous Transport Systems - Sciendo
by A Dąbrowska · 2021 · Cited by 1 — Human Safety in Autonomous Transport Systems – Review and Case Study · Alicja Dąbrowska,. Alicja Dąbrowska. Robert Giel e. Robert Giel. Sylwia Werbińska- ...
no
2021
270
3
Human Safety in Autonomous Transport Systems - Sciendo
by A Dąbrowska · 2021 · Cited by 1 — Human Safety in Autonomous Transport Systems – Review and Case Study · Electric Aircraft Propulsion · The Synthesis of Gemini Ionic Salt in the Form of a (Tetra) ...
no
2021
270
4
Effects of Intelligent Transportation Systems in Safety ...
by A Eskandari · 2018 — Effects of Intelligent Transportation Systems in Safety Suburban Ways (Case Study: Isfahan - Mourcheh Khort) ... Transportation is one of the key bases of ...
no
2018
40
5
Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation
Request PDF | On Jun 5, 2017, A Przybyłowski published Port Cities Smart&Sustainable Development Challenge–Gdynia Case Study: Marine Navigation and Safety ...
no
2017
6 650
6
Safety Analysis of Sea Transportation in Indonesia Case study
by F Danny · 2016 · Cited by 2 — Safety Analysis of Sea Transportation in Indonesia Case study: Crossing Between Countries In Sumatera Island (Batam-Singapore). Danny, ...
no
2016
10
7
Safety Analysis of Sea Transportation in Indonesia Case study
by F Danny · 2016 · Cited by 2 — Abstract—As a border in Sumatrea Island, Batam City as a bridge between Indonesia and Singapore. For maritime safety affected.5 pages
yes
2016
0
8
Safety Analysis of Sea Transportation in Indonesia Case Study
Aug 21, 2016 — Safety Analysis of Sea Transportation in Indonesia Case Study : Crossing Between Countries in Sumatera Island (Batam - Singapore). January 2016.
no
2016
6 650
9
Traffic Safety and City Public Transport System ... - OpenCity
Traffic Safety and City Public Transport System: Case Study of Bengaluru, India. December 8, 2016. P. S. Kharola, Geetam Tiwari, and Dinesh Mohan Indian ...
no
2016
10
10
"Traffic Safety and City Public Transport System: Case Study ...
by PS Kharola · 2010 · Cited by 24 — Vehicle crashes are a major concern in rapidly growing urban agglomerations. They also have attracted the attention of researchers, academicians, and policy ...
no
2010
370

Experts

Twitter

#NameDescriptionFollowersFollowingLocation
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Drive Safe Kansas - KDOT
KDOT’s Bureau of Transportation Safety & Technology. Reducing highway crashes, injuries & deaths. Promoting seatbelts, sober driving & avoiding distractions.
23 955
22 552
Topeka, Kansas
2
TSB of Canada
The Transportation Safety Board advances marine, pipeline, rail and air safety. Français: @BSTCanada. Privacy notice: http://t.co/1t1NtCXnEB
20 594
349
Canada
3
Brian Chandler
National Director for Transportation Safety | I believe we can approach zero roadway deaths | He/Him | Tweets my own
5 233
3 287
Seattle, Washington, USA
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Rob Sadowsky
Transportation Safety nerd, executive coach, trainer, Executive Masters in Public Admin. pronouns: he/him/they
2 313
975
Portland, OR
5
UNC HSRC
The UNC Highway Safety Research Center helps shape the field of transportation safety as a leading research institution.
827
1 490
Chapel Hill, NC
6
GreenLight Initiative
We save lives by promoting Safety, Transportation Safety, and Sustainable Development. #RoadSafety . Join @ https://t.co/AX18R1DSNo
817
702
Abuja, Nigeria
7
Hill & Smith Inc.
Hill & Smith Inc. is an industry leading manufacturer of an extensive range of transportation safety products.
757
649
Columbus, OH
8
Chris Monsere
Professor and Chair, Civil Engineering, Portland State University. Research and teaching interest in multimodal transportation safety, large data, operations.
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Portland, Oregon
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Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety
CSCRS is a USDOT-funded University Transportation Center focused on transportation safety, based at UNC Chapel Hill. Reach us at [email protected]
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1 306
Chapel Hill, NC
10
ODCTX
Our Driving Concern: We're helping employers make transportation safety a priority.
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703
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Quora Profiles

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National Transportation Safety Board NTSB
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Paris
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Transportation Safety
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Youtube Channels

#NameDescriptionReg DateViewsCountry
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Korea Transportation Safety Authority
Mon, 31 Jan 2011
17 560 071
South Korea
2
KNCAP(Korea New Car Assessment Program) Channel To provide customers broader selection and induce car manufacturers to produce safer vehicles, KOTSA assesses safety of vehicles with collision test and other important tests and discloses the results to the public under this program. We take four contents tests in KOTSA.(Crash Safety / Pedestrian Safety / Rollover & Brake Safety / Safety Assist) Crash Safety : Front Impact / 40% offset Impact / Pole Side Impact / Side Impact / Sled Seat Test Pedestrian Safety : Headform / Legform Test Rollover & Brake Safety : Rollover / Brake Test Safety Assist : Rollover / Brake / Safety assist Test ※ KOTSA(Korea Transportation Safety Authority)
Tue, 9 Nov 2010
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Zephyr Solutions sells to distributors & wholesalers world wide. Our team brings a variety of skills and experience from many industries and for the sole purpose of providing you with unique products that will create new income streams, save you time and save you money. The phrase, "At Zephyr Solutions the sky is the limit" isn't just our tag line, it's our corporate philosophy. We sell to customers worldwide. Our customers appreciate Zephyr Solutions unique products and excellent customer service. If your company has a large customer base or retail chain and you want unique products at the best prices available, contact Zephyr today. We not only provide top notch customer service, but we can provide advertising and marketing support to ensure that your business not only prospers, but thrives. Specialties HELIUM, BALLOON DECORATOR TOOLS, BALLOON INFLATION EQUIPMENT, BALLOON MERCHANDISING TOOLS, HELIUM CYLINDER TRANSPORT & SAFETY, HELIUM CYLINDERS
Wed, 5 May 2010
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SANO is manufacturer of portable transport devices over stairs and paths, The expert for innovative stair climbing solutions for cargo and persons. https://www.sano-stairclimbers.com/ [email protected] How to transport heavy loads? LIFTKAR makes work easier and ergonomics for many industries. More transport safety and occupational safety when transporting goods. It is a great transport device, with a motor and battery, goes over straight and winding stairs and paths. For weights up to 360 kg. Suitable for moving goods such as washing machines, air conditioners, copiers, boilers, construction materials, barrels, boxes, beverages, vending machines, furniture, assembly boxes, windows, doors, other heavy goods. How to transport people safely over stairs? LIFTKAR PT stair climber and PTR tracked stair climbers. Models for wheelchair users. Models as seating devices for people with impaired mobility. For private use and in commercial passenger transport. For all ages, children and adults.
Sun, 19 Jun 2011
898 439
Austria
5
TASS is an innovative simulation software company with a strong R&D base and a proven track record within the transport safety industry offering a complete product portfolio for real-world safety solutions. TASS offers MADYMO: world's leading crash safety design software, PreScan: simulation tool for designing active safety systems and advanced driver assistance systems and Delft-Tyre: integrated software solution for tyre modeling in vehicle dynamics simulations. For more information visit http://www.tassinternational.com
Tue, 31 Jan 2012
129 505
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At KLG Europe we do things in a way that is specific to us – it’s the result of our tradition, set of values and background, of our perspective on the role of the logistics, and the industry’s new eco-challenges. Logistics has a key role in the growth of global economy today – it ensures sustainable and competitive mobility, contributes to security of energy supply, a cleaner environment, transport safety and security. KLG Europe’s philosophy reflects our genuine passion for this industry and our efforts to make things better for our clients and their customers.
Mon, 18 Jul 2011
99 370
Netherlands
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At ITT, we make a lasting difference in the world by powering key industries, advancing transportation safety and comfort, connecting people to data and each other, and securing essential infrastructure.
Sun, 11 Oct 2009
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Pastor Rudy is Lead Pastor of Faith Center San Fernando, a Commissioner in the City Of San Fernando Transportation & Safety, GRYD Gang Interventionist with Communities in Schools for LA Mayor'sOffice and currently YDD Director Youth Diversion Development Program County of Los Angeles with Communities in Schools. Pastor Rudy is part of the SFV Gang Coalition, partners with LAPD SAY NO Events and A Wannabe Media Specialist
Sun, 8 Mar 2009
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United States
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Transportation safety consulting. Register corporation in your state, obtain MC and USDOT numbers, IFTA and other permits, Random Drug and Alcohol Pool, Commercial Liability, IRP plates, Cargo and all types of Insurance for Trucking industry. Консалтинговая компания «Оптима» Все о грузоперевозках в США. Регистрация компании, получение МС и ДОТ номеров, ИФТА, номера IRP, факторинг, все виды страховок для транспортных компаний. Консалтинг - https://megatranzgroup.com Страхование - https://megatranzinsurance.com Phone: 312-369-9901
Thu, 7 Jul 2016
13 533
United States
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MissionHome.com focuses on each phase of missionary service—prepare, serve and return. It includes helpful hints to prospective missionaries including tips for how to pack efficiently and how to prepare to leave as well as inspiring and authentic experiences from former missionaries. A complete mission directory, created by missionaries who themselves have served in that area, provides information about local customs, food, transportation, safety, and many other insights. Familiar LDS authors as well as recently returned missionaries and past mission presidents will be regular contributors to the site. In addition to great free content and resources, families will be able to send care packages directly to their missionaries with guaranteed delivery from Deseret Book. Service is available to most missions. For more information on Mission Home, visit www.missionhome.com.
Sun, 29 Sep 2013
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