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Corinne Mulley - Newsroom articles


  • Survey finds support for road charging reform 19 Mar 2014

    Australasian Transport News

    The article reports on the Institute of Transport and Logistics survey which shows thatmost Australians would support a pay-per-kilometre scheme in return for lower registration fees. Professor Corinne Mulley is quoted in the article.

  • All roads lead to city centre but bus use in Sydney rises fastest in outer suburbs 06 Mar 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    The Sydney Morning Herald published an article about the spike in bus patronage and use in Sydney's urban fringes which quotes Dr Chinh Ho and Professor Corinne Mulley.

  • Taking responsibility for public health 22 Oct 2013

    Medical Observer

    Tackling obesity must move beyond the individual - but the corporate world is yet to step up to the plate. Professor Corinne Mulley wants Big Business to put its money where our mouths are.

  • 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.

  • Campaign for dedicated bus lanes 02 Jun 2013

    ABC News 24

    Professor Corinne Mulley has called for a Bus Rapid Transport system for Hobart

  • Rail group tries again 02 Jun 2013

    The Mercury

    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.

  • Let's catch a fast bus 01 Jun 2013

    The Mercury

    Fast and frequent buses would be the best remedy for Hobart's growing traffic congestion, Professor Corrine Mulley has told The Mercury.

  • '10 years too late': experts split on move to smartcard ticket system 27 Nov 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    The Sydney Morning Herald has interviewed Professor Corinne Mulley, Chair in Public Transport at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney Business School, on whether or not the state government's new Opel smartcard ticketing system for public transport is out-dated technology.

  • Linking services vital to get the city moving 12 Nov 2012

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Small vans or buses making regular trips through low-density streets and dropping off passengers on busier corridors could be one way of improving the spread of public transport through Sydney, academics and advocates say.


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