Interviews Archive

Lies, Damned Lies and Autonomous Vehicles: Professor Graham Currie – Monash University

Professor Graham Currie is the director of Monash infrastructure, Chair of public transport and Professor in Transport Engineering at Monash University. You can get a flavour of his passionate and realistic approach to transport in a paper he wrote recently titled “Lies, Damn Lies, Autonomous Vehicles, Shared Mobility and Urban Transport Futures”. Introduction Academic or

Are drivers distracted by outdoor signposting?: Interview with Paul Murrell on recent ARRB research

Interview of Paul Murrell on “Is outdoor advertising a distraction to drivers?” with David Brown DB: The Australian Road Research Board has just done some research on whether outdoor advertising distracts drivers. Their press release has the heading “outdoor ads can improve driver performance”. DB: The important point is that from a technical point of

Amy Gillett Foundation – making awareness of vulnerable road users a part of driver training

The Amy Gillett Foundation was established in 2005 following the tragic death of competitive Australian cyclists Amy Gillett, who was struck and killed by a vehicle in Germany while training with the Australian women’s cycling team. The foundation has become the leading cycling Safety organisation in Australia. They have just partners with the Ford Driving