David Hensher - Newsroom articles
David Hensher on 2MCE Orange 05 Oct 2016
2MCE Orange interviewed Professor David Hensher about a new transport opinion survey that found Australians are increasingly opting for ride sharing such as Uber.
David Hensher on ABC Newcastle 04 Oct 2016
ABC Newcastle interviewed Professor David Hensher about his research on ride-sharing services in comparison to traditional modes of transport such as taxis.
To Transurban, driving should take its toll 13 May 2016
The Age, Ballarat Courier
The Saturday Age and the Ballarat Courier quoted Professor David Hensher about the Transurban’s proposition regarding the current road-funding model.
‘Uberisation’ of Public Transport in the Digital Age - what is in store in the next 10 to 20 years? 19 Apr 2016
ITLS Thinking Outside the Box
The opportunities for public transport to match customer expectation under a mobility service model are exciting but also disruptive in terms of current practices centred around mode-specific contracts, protected service areas and under-utilised capacity. Has the time arrived for the digital age to provide the much needed technological spur for the take off into the new mobility services era? Read more
BusNSW Summit Nears 12 Apr 2016
Australian Bus and Coach
Professor David Hensher was quoted by Australian Bus and Coach about the upcoming BusNSW conference.
David Hensher on 774 ABC Melbourne 11 Apr 2016
774 ABC Melbourne
Professor David Hensher was interviewed on 774 ABC Melbourne about the proposal to fund high speed rail on Australia’s east coast.
The Canberra Times
Professor David Hensher was quoted by the Canberra Times about the projected benefits of the Canberra city-to-Gungahlin light rail project.
WA drivers are tops in traffic tetchiness 06 Apr 2016
The West Australian
Professor David Hensher was quoted by the West Australian about an ITLS study that shows the amount of time Australians are prepared to commute for.
David Hensher on ABC radio 04 Apr 2016
ABC (PM, 666 Canberra, Newcastle and Illawara)
ABC (NewsRadio, PM, 666 Canberra, Newcastle and Illawara)interviewed Professor David Hensher about a study on government spending on transport and infrastructure, which could be more influential if directed to different projects.
Professor David Hensher was quoted by Domain about the Transport Opinion Survey and how much time Australians are prepared to spend commuting.