Chrysler, Brown and Marshall to Present at 91st Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting

January 15, 2012

Sue Chrysler, Tim Brown, and Dawn Marshall of the National Advanced Driving Simulator (NADS) will lead human factors workshops at the 91st Transportation Research Board meeting scheduled for January 22-26 in Washington D.C.

Chrysler will lead “Geometic design features and what drivers do with them,” and “Operator performance measurement using a driving simulator.” Brown will lead “If it is advanced, automated, or integrated, does that mean it works?” Marshall will present “Differences in degree of conflict accepted in younger and older drivers with lane-change collision avoidance system.”

Chrysler will be honored with the D. Grant Mickle Award for the outstanding paper published in the field of operation, safety, and maintenance of transportation facilities.