Current Transportation Research Center News
The three organizations will collaborate to research and develop new autonomous transportation solutions for Southern Nevada.
Engineering professor Pushkin Kachroo shares his ideas for making transportation around the Valley faster and safer.
A collection of stories featuring UNLV's work in the community that have made news in 2012.
Transportation Research Center In The News
Several new bills are expected to change the rules on the roads across the Las Vegas Valley.
Some local thoroughfares—with their wide, multiple lanes and high speed limits—are designed for drivers to navigate through the vastness of the rolling desert. But that means they can be a hazard for pedestrians.
Recent statistics show bicycle deaths on Nevada roads have remained about steady over the last few years. They’re about 2 to 3 percent of all traffic-related deaths.
If you're using your cellphone and get into a crash, a new bill -- if it becomes law -- would allow police to check your phone.
With nine deadly traffic crashes already in the new year, the Las Vegas valley is on pace for the most dangerous year ever.
Since the start of the New Year, Metro police have investigated eight fatal crashes. Four of those crashes happened over one weekend.