David Hensher - Newsroom articles
Motorists against new toll roads 11 Nov 2015
TEN Eyewitness News
TEN Eyewitness News interviewed Professor David Hensher from the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies about his research on the willingness of Sydney motorists to drive on new toll roads.
David Hensher on research into toll roads 11 Nov 2015
2GB Sydney and 702 ABC Sydney
2GB Sydney, 702 ABC Sydney, 2UE, Smooth FM, WS FM and Triple M interviewed Professor David Hensher about new research which shows drivers are unlikely to travel on more than one toll road.
Clogged roads are expensive and one reason we spend an average 85 minutes a day commuting 11 Nov 2015
Professor David Hensher's interview on TEN Eyewitness News about research into toll roads was featured on a news.com.au story into the cost of traffic congestion.
What your commute really costs 11 Nov 2015
7 News interviewed Professor David Hensher about the cost of using toll roads and how commuters are reaching their financial limit.
David Hensher on 702 ABC Sydney 29 Oct 2015
702 ABC Sydney
Professor David Hensher was interviewed on 702 ABC Sydney about traffic volumes and management in the Cross City Tunnel.
The Daily Telegraph
Professor David Hensher was quoted in a Daily Telegraph article about the long term planning required to establish an airport at Badgerys Creek.
David Hensher on Drive 666 ABC Canberra 06 Oct 2015
666 ABC Canberra
Professor David Hensher was interviewed on 666 ABC Canberra's Drive program about Sydney's light rail construction and the impact this may have on congestion.
David Hensher on 612 ABC Brisbane 29 Sep 2015
612 ABC Brisbane
612 ABC Brisbane interviewed Professor David Hensher about public transport following the release of the quarterly Transport Opinion Survey.
Voters split on transport funding 29 Sep 2015
Regional newspapers nationally quoted Professor David Hensher and reported on the Business School's most recent Quarterly Transport Opinion Survey, which found Australians are almost evenly split on whether government infrastructure funds should go to roads or public transport.
In The Black
Professor David Hensher is quoted in an article published by In The Black about the cost sand benefits of high-speed rail projects.