This press release discusses the proposed rule “that would mandate vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication on light vehicles, allowing cars to ‘talk& ... [ Read More » ]
Crash Avoidance Technologies
Crash avoidance technologies are advanced in-vehicle technologies that assist a driver in preventing or mitigating a crash. Examples include adaptive headlights, lane departure warnings, parking assistance, and back-over prevention.
This section provides resources on the types of crash avoidance technologies that are currently available and how they can prevent rural crashes.
The National Center for Rural Road Safety (Safety Center) hosted a FREE, 1.5-hour online webinar. Webinar Description This webinar provided an overview of the ... [ Read More » ]
The National Working Summit on Transportation in Rural America was held Sept. 7-9, 2016 in Denver, CO. It was hosted by the National Center for Rural Road Safet ... [ Read More » ]
This FHWA website provides crash modification factors (CMF), as well as, guides for how to use and/or develop CMF. “A crash modification factor (CMF) is a ... [ Read More » ]
An article discussing how technology and driverless cars may affect animal-vehicle crashes in the future. ... [ Read More » ]
This website provides an overview of crash avoidance technologies. Resources provided include frequently asked questions, news releases & articles, public ... [ Read More » ]