These 18 papers are concerned with the following aspects of transportation safety: driver distractions leading to crashes; impact of increases in cognitive workload on young adult drivers; impact of cognitive task complexity on drivers; effects of cognitive and perceptual loads on driver behavior; immediate recall of driver warnings in forward collision warning scenarios; conventional versus moving-map navigation methods; driving behavior, risk and stress of military personnel during wartime deployment; assessing and influencing driver attitudes; intrafamilial transmission of driving behavior; signs and markings for partial continuous flow intersections; the role of transportation information in mitigating major capacity reductions; the role of dynamic information in changes in travel behavior; adaptation in driving simulators; effect of headlight swivel angle on driver behavior; the impact of narrower lane width; using driving simulators in geometric design; transit outreach and education in a board game format; and visual analytics for transportation incident data sets.  View Report

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