Journal indexing is a broad concept essentially meaning that the journal can be found in various relevant databases. The indexation of a journal shows its quality. Before a journal is added to a database, it is checked by the journal indexer team against a set of clearly stated quality-related criteria.

Besides setting a ‘quality stamp’, indexing greatly improves the visibility of the journal and its publications. The more databases the journal is visible in, the higher are the chances that people will find it and refer to it in their own publications.

Below follows the list of services in which you can find the Traffic Safety Research journal already now. The list is updated as the TSR enters new databases.