Director at the Center for Infrastructure Based Safety Systems, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute and has been an IES member since 1992.
What does VTTI stand for?
VTTI stands for Virginia Tech Transportation Institute
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Samples in periodicals archive:
If the yellow time is not set correctly, a dilemma zone is imminent," Hesham Rakha from the Center for Sustainable Mobility at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute said.
The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute reported that according to a study by University of Utah psychologists, using a cell phone while behind the wheel is as dangerous as driving intoxicated.
A study by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute showed that truck drivers who text while driving are more than 20 times as likely to be involved in a collision as nondistracted drivers.
The study, which was conducted by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, monitored the driving behaviors of 109 primary drivers and 132 secondary drivers in the Washington D.