PhD Scholar in Transport, Griffith University
I am currently pursuing my PhD. The research I am undertaking explores the concept of transportation equity, evaluating how we can create transit systems that work for everyone. This work is based in Brisbane, Australia and utilizes innovative micro-transit feeder-systems to increase access to large-scale transit infrastructure and other opportunities.
My Masters in Natural Resources with a certificate in Sustainable Transportation Planning focused on the use of mobile applications in transportation surveying and modeling, as well as modeling transportation based carbon emissions in Vermont.
My previous research examined the interactions between cyclists and drivers on roadways, finding unexpected relationships between bike lanes and car speeds, resulting in detrimental impacts on safety.
Feb 02, 2021 13:15 pm UTC| Insights & Views
Shared mobility devices such as bicycles and electric scooters have experienced significant growth across the globe and Australia is no exception. In cities with such offerings, users are able to get around in more...
The technology-driven revolution in urban transport is largely centred on the inner city. It has completely missed the suburbs, which lack the public transport services and shared micromobility devices, such as e-scooters,...