Principal Research Associate
What does a typical travel day look like in the U.S.?
Understanding national travel behaviors
Can data from commercial sources work as well as traditional traffic survey data?
Finding new sources of travel data to support regional models in Ohio
What new approaches will work to collect travel data from Chicagoans?
Helping Chicago plan for the future through a travel survey
How do Marylanders travel on a daily basis?
Using innovative tools to learn how Maryland residents travel
John Shutko Joins Westat
February 7, 2023
John Shutko, MS, joins Westat’s Transportation and Safety Research team as a Principal Human Factors Researcher providing expertise in human-centered, research-based solutions involving product and…
Collecting Car Seat Use Data to Help Save Lives
September 20, 2022
Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death and injuries for children, but these can be largely prevented by placing children in the rear…
Household Travel Surveys: Informing Transportation Planners on Future Needs
September 9, 2022
Westat’s research experts in household travel and travel behavior have conducted travel surveys for decades for federal, state, and local government agencies, providing innovative approaches…
Improving Safety on the Road: NHTSA Awards Westat Broad Range of Transportation Contracts
November 4, 2021
Westat’s Center for Transportation, Technology & Safety Research is excited to be underway on important research work recently awarded by the National Highway Traffic Safety…