Stephen Greaves - Newsroom articles
David Brown talks to Dr Stephen Greaves who is Professor in Transport Management at Sydney University Business School.
Draconian new bike laws won't improve safety 01 Mar 2016
The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald published an article by Professor Stephen Greaves about new cycling regulations which come into effect today.
As most New South Wales residents were finalising their Christmas holiday plans, the NSW state government unveiled a package of regulations designed to 'help drivers, bicycle riders and pedestrians Go Together safely'. Read more
Transport in the NSW State Budget 24 Jun 2015
Professor Stephen Greaves was interviewed on 2SER FM in relation to the NSW budget announcement and spending on transport infrastructure.
Little Pain, Big Gains 06 Jun 2015
The Daily Telegraph
Professor Stephen Greaves is quoted in an article about concerns over the WestConnex project and traffic congestion in Sydney.
Stephen Greaves on Channel 9 25 Mar 2015
Channel 9 News (Melbourne)
Professor Stephen Greaves was interviewed on Channel 9 (Melbourne) in relation to different types of road rage and varying levels of violence associated with this.
Use of electrical vehicles 03 Mar 2015
Professor Stephen Greaves is interviewed on 2MCE Orange about the use of electrical vehicles and mentions the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies is hosting a seminar on the topic.
Camden Advertiser, Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser and Wollondilly Advertiser
Professor Stephen Greaves is quoted in an article about recent road fatalities and possible safety measures to help reduce accidents.
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.