Statistical Analysis in Highway Safety and Public Health

American Statistical Association's Transportation Statistics Interest Group is partnering with  Government Statistics Section to produce a series of online workshops and roundtable discussions on a wide range of topics that include highway safety, public health, active transportation, automated vehicles, climate change, and equity impacts of transportation. Our purpose is to attract students and young researchers from applied statistics and data science to be involved in transportation research.

This workshop focused on statistical and analytical methods used for studying the highway safety and transportation-related public health concerns. Workshop is recorded and available to view from here. Speakers are:
Dominique Lord, Texas A&M University, click here for slides
Pete Savolainen, Michigan Statement University, click here for slides
Haneen Khreis, University of Cambridge, click here for slides
Xiao Qin, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, click here for slides
Raul Avelar, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, click here for slides

Date & Time: September 29, 2021 at 2:00 - 4:00 PM EST.

Registration (free):