Christine E. Carrigan, P.E., Ph.D.
Civil Engineering, Transportation
roadside safety, guardrail, run-off-road crashes, barrier end treatments, guardrail terminals, impact attenuators, crash cushions, bridge rail, median barrier, cable barrier, concrete barrier, tree or pole crash, rollover, bridge pier, guardrail design, highway design, highway construction
Civil Engineer (serving clients nationally) providing highway, roadside, and traffic safety expert consulting services with particular focus in these areas: Run-off-road crashes involving passenger vehicles, heavy trucks, and/or buses; crashes with highway barriers (e.g., guardrails, bridge rails, median barrier), terminals, crash cushions, and attenuators, tree/pole crashes; rollovers; highway design and construction, and highway safety.
Dr. Carrigan has or is currently conducting research funded by the National Academy of Science’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP), the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and a variety of other government and industry sponsors.
Dr. Carrigan’s active research interests include the in-service performance of roadside features and hazards; development of models from crash data to represent the impact of design changes on crash frequency and severity; risk-analysis of highway and roadside designs; and the development of cost...
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