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The Human Side of Transportation Design

Are we building transportation systems that meet the needs of the humans that use them? 

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In 2015, an estimated 2.44 million people were injured in automobile accidents and more than 35,000 people were killed, including vehicle drivers and passengers, pedestrians and cyclists. While some crashes can be primarily blamed on mechanical failures or environmental conditions, 90% or more of traffic accidents can be attributed at least in part to human error.

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Explore the three elements of transportation systems

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See the types of human error in motor vehicle crashes

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Are we building transportation systems that meet the needs of the humans that use them?

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