Stephen Greaves - Newsroom articles
Is cycling to work really faster than the train? We put Clover Moore's claims to the test 10 Oct 2014
The Daily Telegraph
Research by Associate Professor Stephen Greaves and Dr Richard Ellison into cycling in Sydney is mentioned in a Daily Telegraph article.
NBN to spur more work from home 29 Sep 2014
The West Australian
Associate Professor Stephen Greaves is quoted in a West Australian article about how improved broadband and changing attitudes of employers are likely to lead to more people working from home.
Work from home, cut road chaos 22 Sep 2014
The Daily Telegraph
Associate Professor Stephen Greaves is quoted in a Daily Telegraph article about research that predicts the number of people who work from home is set to rise resulting in a cut to road congestion.
Expert fears 'carnage' on roads 12 Aug 2014
A State government proposal to increase the speed limit on the Hume Highway to 120km/h would be "carnage" according to a transport expert.
Bloomberg quotes Associate Professor Stephen Greaves about cyclist safety in Sydney.
Sydney Morning Herald, Canberra Times
Sydney Morning Herald and Canberra Times interviewed Associate Professor Stephen Greaves about the state government's plan for rail and the cost of the WestConnex Motorway.
Sydney's weekend traffic not only rivals weekday peak hour but also lasts through most of the day 23 Nov 2013
The Sunday Telegraph
Associate Professor Stephen Greaves from ITLS was quoted in a Sunday Telegraph story about weekend traffic.
ITLS academics Richard Ellison, Stephen Greaves and David Hensher's recent report into London's Low Emission Zone has been highlighted by the European Commission's " Science for Environment Policy" website.
Associate Professor Stephen Greaves has been interviewed by The Conversation on the impact of the recent NSW State Budget.
Police shocked by Perth road rage 26 Nov 2012
Channel Seven News
Channel Seven News has interviewed Associate Professor Stephen Greaves, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney Business School, on road rage and driver behaviour.