CARRS-Q presently has over 70 staff and students.
Our key asset is the dedicated and skilled staff assembled over the last 20 years, whose expertise is augmented by postgraduate research students who are enrolled and supported through the Centre. Our research encompasses intelligent transport systems, regulation and enforcement, transport safety (particularly railway level crossing safety), occupational safety, school and community injury prevention (including injury surveillance and trauma data quality) and emerging areas of transport policy, including eco driving and active transport.
Our multidisciplinary team have expertise in computer science, human factors, psychology, sociology, design, mathematics and statistics. CARRS-Q exemplifies an approach to shaping and informing public debate that works through long-term partnerships with key government and industry bodies.