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David Hensher FASSA, is Professor of Management, and Founding Director of the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies. As an internationally recognised authority in the transport and infrastructure field and as Australia's most cited transport academic, David has recently been awarded ARC grants of more than $1m. One of the grants is examining individual's changing travel behaviour in an effort to make accurate forecasts as to the risks associated with investment in major transport infrastructure. A recipient of several academic and industry awards as well as an extensive publication list, David contributes and advises at an executive level across many government and private sector organisations on matters related to transportation and infrastructure.  Find out more about Our Experts.


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