Research Brief

New Release: 2018 California Statewide Public Opinion Traffic Study

January 3, 2019

UC Berkeley SafeTREC is excited to release the 2018 California Statewide Public Opinion Traffic Study led by Ewald & Wasserman Research Consultants (E&W). This study was conducted on behalf of the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and the Safe Transportation Research and Education Center (SafeTREC) at the University of California, Berkeley.

The 2018 Survey

The California Statewide Public Opinion Traffic Study is an annual cross-sectional survey of California drivers ages 18 and over regarding their opinions on traffic safety issues such as speeding, distracted...

New Research Brief: The Goal of Road Safety in the Safe Systems Context

October 15, 2018

As part of our Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Program (CPBSP), UC Berkeley SafeTREC has prepared a series of research briefs about the Safe Systems Approach to road safety. These research briefs support local advocacy, community, and agency partner efforts to engage and educate residents on pedestrian and bicycle safety. In our first entry in the series, we provide an overview of the Safe Systems Approach and how it relates to both current road safety...

New Research Brief: Shared Responsibility for Road Safety in Safe Systems Context

November 8, 2018

As part of our Community Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Program (CPBSP), UC Berkeley SafeTREC has prepared a series of research briefs about the Safe Systems Approach to road safety. These research briefs support local advocacy, community, and agency partner efforts to engage and educate residents on pedestrian and bicycle safety. In our first entry in the series, we provided...

Spring Research Brief: Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety

April 21, 2017

Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Research Brief

SafeTREC staff created a summary on practice-ready research presented at the...

SafeTREC Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Research Brief

December 21, 2016

We just released a quarterly research brief featuring newly published research related to bicycle and pedestrian issues.
Please share and distribute to your traffic safety partners.