Walking as an active mode of transportation or leisure activity has many benefits, not only for the individual who walks but also for society at large. However, due to a lack of personal protection and/or suitable infrastructure, pedestrians are vulnerable on the road. This section provides access to TIRF’s research on this topic.
“Our research agenda guides the development of projects to address important topics requiring research and action. Most importantly, TIRF produces a variety of education programs and also works with practitioners in transportation, health, criminal justice, and many other stakeholders to help implement research findings and accelerate change in the real world.“
The Working Group releases: Impaired Driving & Road Safety Leadership Research Paper