Can in-vehicle signing improve driver behavior, safety?

Researchers at the HumanFIRST Lab tested how in-vehicle signing could be used to alert drivers and modify their behavior.

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Students discover transportation topics, careers at summer camp

Twenty-seven students got a hands-on introduction to transportation our second annual National Summer Transportation Institute in July.

Linking the unemployed to jobs: integrating transit planning and workforce development

The mismatch between unemployed workers and job vacancies is a serious problem in the Twin Cities. A new U of M study examines the integration of transit planning and workforce development as a potential solution.

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Online game Gridlock Buster has a new look!

The recently redesigned traffic control game teaches kids what it's like to manage traffic flow.

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Symposium sparks discussion of sharing economy’s promise—and perils

The two-day symposium was organized by the U of M’s Initiative on the Sharing and featured a research workshop and a public forum.

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Deployment of new crash report interface improves data quality, reliability

U of M researchers are helping to make it faster and easier for Minnesota law enforcement officers to log the data they collect at the scene of a crash.

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