BA(Hons) Nott MSc Phd Lond, FCILT
Professor; Chair in Public Transport
C13 - St James Campus
The University of Sydney
NSW Australia 2006
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Professor Corinne Mulley is the founding Chair in Public Transport at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney. Since her appointment to Newcastle University as a transport economist she has been active in transport research at the interface of transport policy and economics. More recently Corinne has concentrated on specific issues relating to public transport. She led a high profile European and UK consortia undertaking benchmarking in urban public transport and has provided both practical and strategic advice to local and national governments on benchmarking, rural transport issues, and public transport management. Prof Mulley's research is motivated by a need to provide evidence for policy initiatives and she has been involved in such research at local, regional, national and European levels. She is recognised as a leading economist in the field of transport deregulation.
Prof Mulley is a recognised expert on the recent history of buses and is the Editor for a 'Companion to Road Passenger Transport History' – a resource document for transport historians and a sister volume to the 'Companion on Freight' published by the Science Museum. In 2006, she was appointed to the Editorial Board of the Journal of Transport History, a long standing Manchester University Press journal.
Prof Mulley came to Sydney University from TORG (Transport Operations Research Group) Newcastle University, United Kingdom. She achieved her PhD in Economics at the LSE (London University) having graduated in 1976 from London University (LSE) with a Masters in Economics as the holder of the Rees Jeffrey's Scholarship and in 1975, from Nottingham University with a BA Honours in Economics.
Thousands will pay more with Opal card 12 Oct 2013
The Sydney Morning Herald
Tens of thousands of public transport users will pay more for trains, buses and ferries once the Opal smartcard is rolled out across the city.
Opal ticket system hits peak travel commuters 04 Jun 2013
The Sydney Morning Herald
The NSW Government's new Opal ticketing system changes will " will benefit more people than it will penalise" , says Professor Corinne Mulley in the Sydney Morning Herald.
Rail group tries again 02 Jun 2013
Professor Corinne Mulley has been quoted in The Mercury on the topic of providing fast and frequent bus services to Hobart to ease congestion, rather than implementing a rail solution for the city.
Campaign for dedicated bus lanes 02 Jun 2013
ABC News 24
Professor Corinne Mulley has called for a Bus Rapid Transport system for Hobart
Let's catch a fast bus 01 Jun 2013
Fast and frequent buses would be the best remedy for Hobart's growing traffic congestion, Professor Corrine Mulley has told The Mercury.