Topic: Chandra Bhat

A Better Way From Here to There

Oct. 2, 2014
A Better Way From Here to There

Longhorn Game Changer Chandra Bhat is an expert in understanding how people move through urban environments. His work on long-term transportation planning may help gridlock disappear.

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Spoofing a Superyacht at Sea

July 30, 2013
Spoofing a Superyacht at Sea

Todd Humphreys and a research team from the Cockrell School "spoofed" a yacht using a custom-made GPS device. Learn why marine spoofing is a big concern. [Video]

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Research Warns Drivers About Most Deadly, Accident-Prone Intersections

Dec. 19, 2011

The difference between an intersection controlled by flashing lights and one controlled by a stop sign can play a big role in accident prevention, according to a new study by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin.

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Prof analyzes aggressive teenage driving

Oct. 21, 2010
Transportation engineering Professor Chandra Bhat and two of his civil engineering graduate students completed a study on

Transportation engineering Professor Chandra Bhat explains why a pickup could be the most dangerous vehicle for a 16- to 17-year-old to drive. Teens driving them are 100 percent more likely to be severely injured during a crash than a teen of the same age driving a car.

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Professor looks at traffic fatalities

Jan. 27, 2009
Professor looks at traffic fatalities

Traffic fatalities on the nation's roads are down nearly 10% over last year and the number of people killed in crashes this year is expected to reach the lowest level. The lower fatality levels come at a time when Americans have significantly reduced the amount they drive.

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