Transportation Research & Injury Prevention Programme

THE VOLVO RESEARCH & EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS INTERNATIONAL CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE

The Transportation Research and Injury Prevention Programme (TRIPP) at the Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi) is an interdisciplinary programme focussing on the reduction of adverse health effects of road transport. TRIPP attempts to integrate all issues concerned with transportation in order to promote safety, cleaner air, and energy conservation. Faculty members are involved in planning safer urban and inter-city transportation systems, and developing designs for vehicles, safety equipment and infrastructure for the future. Activities include applied research projects, special courses and workshops, and supervision of student projects at post graduate and undergraduate levels. Projects are done in collaboration with associated departments and centres at IIT Delhi, government departments, industry and international agencies.
 

 

 

       
List of  provisionally selected candidates to Ph.D. Program for Academic Session 2016-2017, 2nd Semester View
Sample Interview Call Letter for Ph.D. Program 2nd semester 2016-17  View
List of Shortlisted Candidates for Interview for Admission to Ph.D. Program for Academic Session 2016-2017, 2nd Semester. View
Shortlisting Criteria for Ph.D. Program (Program Code: TRZ) View
       
ACCIDENTS  MYTHOLOGIES  AND SCIENCE OF TRAFFIC SAFETY - by Dinesh Mohan: A video presentation at IIC New Delhi
 

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY VERSUS TRAFFIC FLOW: FINDING THE BALANCE - 7TH ANNUAL TRIPP LECTURE BY ROBERT B NOLAND
 

HOW CAN TRANSPORT CONTRIBUTE TO OTHER URBAN AGENDAS? 6TH ANNUAL TRIPP LECTURE BY DAVID SATTERTHWAITE 
 

ROAD SAFETY IN INDIA: A SYSTEMS APPROACH "5TH ANNUAL TRIPP LECTURE BY FRED WEGMAN
 

The Energy Glut: Transport and the Politics of Fatness and Thinness "4th Annual TRIPP Lecture by Prof. Ian Roberts
 

The Future of Traffic Safety and Sustainable Transport "3rd Annual TRIPP Lecture by Prof. Murray Mackay
 

Cities, Mobility and Climate Change "2nd Annual TRIPP Lecture by Professor David Banister

 

4th December 2006 - WHO & TRIPP Launch Road Traffic Injury Prevention Training Manual

 

Evaluation of Effects of 15-day Odd-Even Scheme in Delhi: A preliminary Report
Road Safety in India : Status report
TRIPP Eighteen Years 1997 - 2015
Dinesh Mohan, Omer Tsimhoni, Michael Sivak, Michael J. Flannagan (2009). Road Safety in India: Challenges and Opportunities
Dinesh Mohan (2008). Mythologies, Metros & Future Urban Transport. TRIPP report series.
TRANSPORT FOR LIVEABLE CITIES: a symposium on the problems of urban transport
SADHANA : Special issue on Transportation Research - Safety and Sustainability

WHO releases report on YOUTH AND ROAD SAFETY ahead of first UN global road safety week, 21 April 2007

RESOLUTION ON Compulsory helmet use by motorised two-wheeler riders in India

   
National Transport Development Policy Committee Report : India Transport Report : Moving India to 2032