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A Survey of Public Opinion about Flying Cars (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. SWT-2017-8, April 2017.

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Consumer Preferences and Motivations for Owning Light Trucks versus Passenger Cars (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. SWT-2017-7, April 2017.

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Performed under separate sponsorship by ExxonMobil 

 

Consumer Preferences Regarding Vehicle-Related Safety Recalls (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. SWT-2017-6, April 2017.

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On-Road Fuel Economy of Vehicles in the United States: 1923-2015 (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. SWT-2017-5, March 2017.

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Has Motorization in the U.S. Peaked? Part 9: Vehicle Ownership and Distance Driven, 1984 to 2015 (Sivak), Report No. SWT-2017-4, February 2017.

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Cybersecurity Concerns with Self-Driving and Conventional Vehicles (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. SWT-2017-3, February 2017.

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The Importance of Active and Intelligent Tires for Autonomous Vehicles (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. SWT-2017-2, January 2017.

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Assumed Versus Actual Weights of Vehicle Passengers (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. SWT-2017-1, January 2017.

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Midterm Evaluation of the Future Fuel-Economy Standards, New Vehicle Mix, and Fuel Consumed (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. SWT-2016-14, December 2016.

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Consumer Preferences for the Charging of Plug-In Electric Vehicles (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. SWT-2016-13, November 2016.

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A Survey of Fuel Economy and Fuel Usage by Heavy-Duty Truck Fleets (Schoettle, Sivak, and Tunnell), Report No. SWT-2016-12, October 2016.

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Would Self-Driving Vehicles Increase Occupant Productivity? (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. SWT-2016-11, September 2016.

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Ten Surprising Findings About Winter Tires: It Is Not Just About Snow (Woodrooffe), Report No. SWT-2016-10, July 2016.

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Transportation Emissions in the Context of Emissions from Other Economic Sectors: 1990-2014 (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. SWT-2016-9, July 2016.

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Motorists' Preferences for Different Levels of Vehicle Automation: 2016 (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. SWT-2016-8, May 2016.

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What Individual Americans Can Do to Assist in Meeting the Paris Agreement (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2016-7, February 2016.

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Also summarized in a USA Today op-ed column, "Switch cars, save the planet" (March 24, 2016).

 

The Relative Merits of Battery-Electric Vehicles and Fuel-Cell Vehicles (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2016-5, February 2016.

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Recent Decreases in the Proportion of Persons with a Driver’s License across All Age Groups (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2016-4, January 2016.

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Benefits of Using Tires with Low Rolling Resistance (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2016-1, January 2016.

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Influence of Current Nondrivers on the Amount of Travel and Trip Patterns with Self-Driving Vehicles (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2015-39, December 2015.

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A Preliminary Analysis of Real-World Crashes Involving Self-Driving Vehicles (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2015-34, October 2015.

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Should We Require Licensing Tests and Graduated Licensing for Self-Driving Vehicles? (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2015-33, October 2015.

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Also summarized in a New York Times op-ed column, "A 16-year-old needs a license. Shouldn't a self-driving car?" (July 7, 2016).

 

Mortality from Road Crashes in the Individual U.S. States: A Comparison with Leading Causes of Death (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2015-28, October 2015.

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Has Motorization in the U.S. Peaked? Part 8: Travel Times in 2004 and 2014 (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2015-27, September 2015.

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Consumer Preferences Regarding Product Registration (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2015-26, September 2015.

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On-Road Fuel Economy of Vehicles in the United States: 1923-2013 (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2015-25, August 2015.

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Motorists' Preferences for Different Levels of Vehicle Automation (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2015-22, July 2015.

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Motorists's Views of Fuel Economy and Advanced Vehicle Technologies (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2015-18, June 2015.

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Performed under separate sponsorship by ExxonMobil

 

Commuting to Work in the 30 Largest U.S. Cities (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2015-17, May 2015.

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Female Drivers in the United States, 1963-2013: From a Minority to a Majority? (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2015-16, May 2015.

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Energy Intensities of Flying and Driving (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2015-14, April 2015.

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Motion Sickness in Self-Driving Vehicles (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2015-12, April 2015.

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Has Motorization in the U.S. Peaked? Part 7: Update through 2013 (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2015-10, March 2015.

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Fuel-Economy Distributions of Purchased New Vehicles in the U.S.: Model Years 2008 and 2014 (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2015-4, February 2015.

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Potential Impact of Self-Driving Vehicles on Household Vehicle Demand and Usage (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2015-3, February 2015.

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Road Safety with Self-Driving Vehicles: General Limitations and Road Sharing with Conventional Vehicles (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2015-2, January 2015.

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Has Motorization in the U.S. Peaked? Part 6: Relationship between Road Transportation and Economic Activity (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2014-36, December 2014.

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Reducing Truck Fuel Use and Emissions: Tires, Aerodynamics, Engine Efficiency, and Size and Weight Regulations (Woodrooffe), Report No. UMTRI-2014-27, November 2014.

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Public Opinion about Self-Driving Vehicles in China, India, Japan, the U.S., the U.K., and Australia (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2014-30, October 2014.

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A Comparison of CAFE Standards and Actual CAFE Performance of New Light-Duty Vehicles: An Update through Model Year 2014 (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2014-29, October 2014.

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Benefits of Recent Improvements in Vehicle Fuel Economy (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2014-28, October 2014.

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What do Current Owners of Hybrids and Non-Hybrids Think about Hybrids (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2014-25, October 2014.

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Performed under separate sponsorship by ExxonMobil

 

A Survey of Public Opinion about Autonomous and Self-Driving Vehicles in the U.S., the U.K., and Australia (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2014-21, July 2014.

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Road Safety in the Individual U.S. States: Current Status and Recent Changes (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2014-20, July 2014.

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Key Pedestrian Collision Scenarios in the U.S. for Effective Collision Avoidance Technologies (Blower), Report No. UMTRI-2014-18, May 2014.

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An Overview of CAFE Credits and Incorporation of the Benefits of On-Board Carbon Capture (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2014-15, May 2014.

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Has motorization in the U.S. peaked? Part 5: Update through 2012 (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2014-11, April 2014.

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A Survey of Public Opinion about Connected Vehicles in the U.S., the U.K., and Australia (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2014-10, April 2014.

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Presented at: The 3rd International Conference on Connected Vehicles & Expo (ICCVE 2014), Vienna, Austria (November 2014).

 

Mortality from Road Crashes in 193 Countries: A Comparison with Other Leading Causes of Death (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2014-6, February 2014.

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Has Motorization in the U.S. Peaked? Part 4: Households without a Light-Duty Vehicle (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2014-5, January 2014.

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Assessment of the Effectiveness of Advanced Collision Avoidance Technologies (Blower), Report No. UMTRI-2014-3, January 2014.

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Making Driving Less Energy Intensive than Flying (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2014-2, January 2014.

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Fuel and Money Saved Using Tires with Low Rolling Resistance (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2014-1, January 2014.

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Has Motorization in the U.S. Peaked? Part 3: Fuel Consumed by Light-Duty Vehicles (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2013-40, November 2013.

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Road Safety in 170 Low-, Middle-, and High-Income Countries (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2013-37, October 2013.

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A Comparison of CAFE Standards and Actual CAFE Performance of New Light-Duty Vehicles (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2013-35, October 2013.

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A Survey of Driver Opinion about Carbon Capture in Vehicles (Sullivan, Sivak, and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2013-32, September 2013.

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Distance Driven and Economic Activity in the Individual U.S. States: 1997-2011 (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2013-31, September 2013.

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Tire Operational and Sustainability Tradeoffs (Pottinger), Report No. UMTRI-2013-28, August 2013.

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The Reasons for the Recent Decline in Young Driver Licensing in the U.S. (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2013-22, August 2013.

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Also published in: Traffic Injury Prevention, 2014, vol. 15, pp. 6-9.

 

Has Motorization in the U.S. Peaked? Part 2: Use of Light-Duty Vehicles (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2013-20, July 2013.

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Has Motorization in the U.S. Peaked? (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2013-17, June 2013.

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Marketing Implications of the Changing Age Composition of Vehicle Buyers in the U.S. (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2013-14, May 2013.

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Effects of Vehicle Fuel Economy, Distance Travelled, and Vehicle Load on the Amount of Fuel Used for Personal Transportation: 1970-2010 (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2013-10, February 2013.

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Female Drivers in the U.S., 1963-2010: From a Minority to a Majority? (Sivak), Traffic Injury Prevention, 2013, vol. 14, pp. 259-260.

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Predicting Vehicle Sales from GDP in 48 Countries: 2005-2011 (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2013-6, February 2013.

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Estimation of Seatbelt and Frontal-Airbag Effectiveness in Trucks: U.S. and Chinese Perspectives (Hu and Blower), Report No. UMTRI-2013-2, January 2013.

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Why Is Road Safety in the U.S. not on Par with Sweden, the U.K., and the Netherlands? Lessons to be Learned (Luoma and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2013-1, January 2013.

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Also published in: European Transport Research Review, 2014, vol. 6, pp. 295-302.

 

Road Safety in Two European Megacities: London and Paris (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2012-29, December 2012.

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The Changing Gender Demographics of U.S. Drivers (Sivak and Schoettle), Traffic Injury Prevention, 2012, vol. 13, pp. 575-576.

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Benefits of Recent Improvements in Vehicle Fuel Economy on Overall Fuel Consumption and Emissions (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2012-27, October 2012.

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Road Safety in the United States: Are the (Relatively) Good Times Over? (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2012-26, September 2012.

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Road Safety in New York and Los Angeles: U.S. Megacities Compared with the Nation (Sivak and Bao), Report No. UMTRI-2012-24, September 2012.

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Toward Designing Pedestrian-Friendly Vehicles (Hu and Klinich), Report No. UMTRI-2012-19, July 2012.

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Update: Percentage of Young Persons With a Driver’s License Continues to Drop (Sivak and Schoettle), Traffic Injury Prevention, 2012, vol. 13, pp. 341.

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Survey of the Status of Truck Safety: Brazil, China, Australia, and the United States (Blower and Woodrooffe), Report No. UMTRI-2012-13, May 2012.

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Carbon Capture in Vehicles: A Review of General Support, Available Mechanisms, and Consumer Acceptance Issues (Sullivan and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2012-12, May 2012.

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Analysis of Performance Ratings for Tires (Sivak and Pottinger), Report No. UMTRI-2012-8, March 2012.

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Has the Time Come for an Older Driver Vehicle? (Eby and Molnar), Report No. UMTRI-2012-5, February 2012.

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Also published in: Journal of Ergonomics, 2014, Special issue: Driver safety.

 

Recent Fuel Economy Trends for New Vehicles in the U.S. (Schoettle and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2012-2, January 2012.

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Road-Safety Management in Brazil, Russia, India, and China (Luoma and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2012-1, January 2012.

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Recent Major Improvements in Road Safety in the U.S.: Changes in the Frequency of Crashes or the Severity of the Outcome of Crashes? (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2011-46, December 2011.

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Recent Changes in the Age Composition of Drivers in 15 Countries (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2011-43, October 2011.

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Also published in: Traffic Injury Prevention, 2012, vol. 13, pp. 126-132.

 

Eco-Driving: Strategic, Tactical, and Operational Decisions of the Driver that Improve Vehicle Fuel Economy (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2011-34, August 2011.

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Also published in: Transport Policy, 2012, vol. 22, pp. 96-99.

Presented at: The International Conference on Global Environment, Carbon Reduction, and Eco-Drive as a Solution Towards Sustainability. United Nations Headquarters, New York (October 2014).

 

Recent Changes in the Age Composition of U.S. Drivers: Implications for the Extent, Safety, and Environmental Consequences of Personal Transportation (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2011-23, June 2011.

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Also published in: Traffic Injury Prevention, 2011, vol. 12, pp. 588-592.

 

Unemployment Rate and Price of Gasoline Predict the Fuel Economy of Purchased New Vehicles (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2011-13, March 2011.

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U.S. Road Fatalities per Population: Changes by Age from 1958 to 2008 (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2011-9, March 2011.

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Also published in: Traffic Injury Prevention, 2011, vol. 12, pp. 438-442.

 

Interactions of Environmental and Safety Measures for Sustainable Road Transportation (Luoma and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2011-3, January 2011.

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Also published in: European Transport Research Review, 2012, vol. 4, pp. 189-199.

 

Toward Understanding On-Road Interactions Between Male and Female Drivers (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2011-2, January 2011.

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Also published in: Traffic Injury Prevention, 2011, vol. 12, pp. 235-238.

 

Using Naturalistic Driving Data to Assess Variations in Fuel Efficiency Among Individual Drivers (LeBlanc, Sivak, and Bogard), Report No. UMTRI-2010-34, December 2010.

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Drivers on Unfamiliar Roads and Traffic Crashes (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2010-31, December 2010.

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Also published in: Traffic Injury Prevention, 2011, vol. 12, pp. 220-222.

 

Alternative Powertrain Strategies and Fleet Turnover in the 21st Century (Belzowski and McManus), Report No. UMTRI-2010-20, August 2010.

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Toward Understanding the Recent Large Reductions in U.S. Road Fatalities (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2010-12, May 2010.

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Also published in: Traffic Injury Prevention, 2010, vol. 11, pp. 561-566.

 

The Future of Personal Transportation in Megacities of the World (Luoma, Sivak, and Zielinski), Report No. UMTRI-2010-2, February 2010.

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Survival in Fatal Road Crashes: Body Mass Index, Gender, and Safety Belt Use (Sivak, Schoettle, and Rupp), Traffic Injury Prevention, 2010, vol. 11, pp. 66-68.

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Homicide Rate as a Predictor of Traffic Fatality Rate (Sivak), Traffic Injury Prevention, 2009, vol. 10, pp. 511-512.

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New Developments in UTMOST: Application to Electronic Stability Control (Flannagan and Flannagan), Report No. UMTRI-2009-15, October 2009.

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The Effect of the "Cash for Clunkers" Program on the Overalll Fuel Economy of Purchased New Vehicles (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2009-34, September 2009.

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Road Safety in Brazil: Challenges and Opportunities (Vasconcellos and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2009-29, August 2009.

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During Which Month Is It Riskiest to Drive in the United States? (Sivak), Traffic Injury Prevention, 2009, vol. 10, pp. 348-349.

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Recent Reductions in Carbon Dioxide Emissions from New Vehicles (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2009-28, July 2009.

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Economic Indicators as Predictors of the Number and Fuel Economy of Purchased New Vehicles (Sivak and Schoettle), Report No. UMTRI-2009-27, July 2009.

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Mechanisms Involved in the Recent Large Reductions in US Road Fatalities (Sivak), Injury Prevention, 2009, vol. 15, pp. 205-206.

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Fuel Efficiency of Vehicles on US Roads: 1923–2006 (Sivak and Tsimhoni), Energy Policy, 2009, vol. 37, pp. 3168-3170.

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Road Safety in India: Challenges and Opportunities (Mohan, Tsimhoni, Sivak, and Flannagan), Report No. UMTRI-2009-1, January 2009.

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Future Demand for New Cars in Developing Countries: Going Beyond GDP and Population Size (Sivak and Tsimhoni), Report No. UMTRI-2008-47, September 2008.

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Is the U.S. on the Path to the Lowest Motor Vehicle Fatalities in Decades? (Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2008-39, July 2008.

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Improving Traffic Safety: Conceptual Considerations for Successful Action (Sivak and Tsimhoni), Report No. UMTRI-2008-21, April 2008.

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Also published in: Journal of Safety Research, 2008, vol. 39, pp. 453-457.

 

Road Safety in China: Challenges and Opportunities (Zhang, Tsimhoni, Sivak, and Flannagan), Report No. UMTRI-2008-1, January 2008.

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Also published in: Journal of Safety Research, 2010, vol. 41, pp. 25-30.

 

The Economics of Road Safety: An International Perspective (McManus), Report No. UMTRI-2007-23, October 2007.

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UTMOST: A Tool for Comprehensive Assessment of Safety Benefits (Flannagan and Flannagan), Report No. UMTRI-2007-22, June 2007.

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Traffic Safety in the U.S.: Re-examining Major Opportunities (Sivak, Luoma, Flannagan, Bingham, Eby, and Shope), Report No. UMTRI-2006-26, August 2006.

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Also published in: Journal of Safety Research, 2007, vol. 38, pp. 337-355.

 

Characteristics and Availability of Fatal Road-Crash Databases Worldwide (Luoma and Sivak), Report No. UMTRI-2006-14, May 2006.

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Also published in: Journal of Safety Research, 2007, vol. 38, pp. 323-327.