The objective of this program was to develop measures of driver workload that can be used to evaluate elements of automobile design. Our task was to analyze the driver eye-glance behavior from 72 research participants. Data was classified into nine physical visual locations that the driver might be observing, including; forward roadway, center rear-view mirror, up (visor area), left mirror, right mirror, instrument cluster, steering wheel and speedometer area, center console, head down, or other/unknown locations. Two independent analyses were done on the data set. Any differences in data coding were reviewed by a third analyst, who would make the final judgment. A final reduced data set was the deliverable for this project.