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Anita Curnow – Transport engineering is about people

In September 2018 students in post graduate and undergraduate courses at Monash University in Melbourne organised a Transportation Engineering Student Leadership Summit. The summit started with a keynote speech from Anita Curnow who is the Executive Director of Access and operations at VicRoads, the road authority for the state of Victoria. Students commented that Anita’s

Sam Linke – A young engineer going places

An interview of Sam Linke from Jacobs Consulting with David Brown from Driven Media DB: Sam Linkey graduated in 2010 in civil engineering and the History and Philosophy of Science. She is now the technical leader of transport modelling at the consulting firm Jacobs. She is currently focusing on pedestrian modelling and is also the

Quirky News: Better traffic light idea gets squashed, Commuter Barbie, Naked Archimedes, Car kissing

In our panel discussion with Brian Smith and Errol Smith we take a light-hearted look at stories including: Engineer who pointed out traffic signal flaw fined for unlicensed engineering Parody “commuter barbie” doll listens to NPR, hates manspreaders Naked statue of Archimedes could distract drivers People Locked In A 50-Hour Kissing Contest For A Free