Grapevine, Texas, USA 2022

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The 19th RS5C conference was held October 10–12, 2022 in Grapevine, Texas, USA. The conference was organised by VTI in close cooperation with The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA).

Participants from 20 countries joined and about 70 presentations were held.

Welcome session speakers

  • Dr. Anna Vadeby, Chair Scientific Committee, VTI.
  • Prof. Stephen P Mattingly, Co-chair Scientific Committee, UTA.
  • Dr. Jonas Jansson, Head of Research, VTI.
  • Mr. David Taylor, Director of Destination and Facility Experiences, Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau.

Keynote speakers

  • “Implementation of the Global Plan for the Decade of Action for Road Safety”. Dr. Matts-Åke Belin, WHO.
  • “Patterns and trends of U.S. Traffic Fatalities”. Mr. Robert C. Wunderlich, Center for Transportation Safety at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.
  • “Driver fatigue – its complexity to measure and counteract”. Dr. Anna Anund, VTI.

Special sessions

  • Advancements in Safe Systems: Research Highlights from the Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety, hosted by The Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety.
  • Non-motorized and human interactions for traffic safety, hosted by Transportation Research Center for Livable Communities.
  • Motorcycle safety, hosted by Texas A&M Transportation Institute.
  • Using road safety performance indicators to support evidence-based road safety policies, hosted by Wouter Van den Berghe, TILKON Research and Consulting.
  • Vehicle innovation and automation, hosted by Texas A&M Transportation Institute.

Conference programme

RS5C 2022 conference programme Pdf, 100.5 kB.

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