Cycling Research and Practice in Australia: Insights from a Hybrid Approach

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Cycling Research and Practice in Australia: Insights from a Hybrid Approach

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Date

10-19-2018

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Too often, there is a gap between research and action. For researchers, peer-reviewed scientific evidence is the benchmark of success, while for policy makers and practitioners, success is being able to apply findings in the ‘real world’.

Dr Marilyn Johnson is both a senior researcher at Monash University and a practitioner at the Amy Gillett Foundation, Australia’s not-for-profit cycling safety organisation. The seminar will be a speed-dating style presentation of the latest research studies on cycling in Australia, current cycling safety campaigns and programs and the intersection between research, policy and effective action.

Content will include:

  • Cyclist safety on-boarding at Deliveroo, review, recommendations and actions;
  • Engaging with experts on e-bikes;
  • Changing the road rules to improve safe cycling;
  • Cycling skills for girls and women;
  • Vulnerable road user safety training (read: putting truck drivers on bicycles), and;
  • A major research study analysing coronial death investigations of fatal road crashes in Australia using public health and road safety theoretical frameworks.

Biographical

Dr Marilyn Johnson is a Senior Research Fellow with the Institute of Transport Studies, in the Department of Civil Engineering. Marilyn is also the Research and Policy Manager at the Amy Gillett Foundation. Her research expertise is in cycling including cyclist safety, cyclist-driver interactions and electric bike use in Australia. Marilyn currently holds a DECRA Fellowship from the Australian Research Council. She is a Vice-President of the Australasian College of Road Safety and Chapter Chair (Victoria).

Subjects

Cycling, Cyclists -- Safety measures, Urban transportation, Transportation -- Planning, Cycling accidents -- Surveys

Disciplines

Transportation | Transportation Engineering | Urban Studies | Urban Studies and Planning

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https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/26443

Cycling Research and Practice in Australia: Insights from a Hybrid Approach

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