USDOT Volpe Center
Volpe, The National Transportation Systems Center, has been helping the transportation community navigate the most challenging transportation problems for more than 40 years. Volpe’s mission is to improve transportation by anticipating and addressing emerging issues and advancing technical, operational, and institutional innovations across all transportation modes.
May 2017 Volpe Bulletin
This bulletin contains information about the safety impact of following distances between heavy trucks in automated platoons.

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February 2017 Volpe Bulletin
This bulletin contains new documentary on rail safety, life-saving V2P technology, and innovative transportation solutions with General McDew.

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Highlights of 2016 Transportation Research and Thought Leadership
This report highlights some of the most important events through 2016 including Eye-Tracking Safety Technology, Investigating the Landscape for Hyperloop travel, and an introduction to the new Technical Center Director Gregory Joyner.

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Driver Acceptance of Collision Warning Applications Based on Heavy-Truck V2V Technology
Click Here to Read NHTSA's Document on Driver Acceptance of Collision Warning Applications Based on Heavy-Truck V2V Technology

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Investigating Wearable Sensors in Transportation Research
Small, efficient, and accurate wearable sensors have opened up new levels of data granularity for transportation researchers. However, there are hurdles to adopting their widespread use in transportation.

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