BA (Hons) Leeds MSc Wales PhD LSU
Associate Professor in Transport Management
C13 - St James Campus
The University of Sydney
NSW Australia 2006
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Stephen is an Associate Professor in Transport Management, having joined ITLS-Sydney in 2004. He has extensive teaching experience in a wide variety of transportation-related courses at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels as well as industry-based short courses. Currently, he coordinates TPTM6470 [Sustainable Transport & Logistics Systems] and TPTM6180 [Geographic Information Systems] in the postgraduate MTM program and is program director of the Advanced Certificate in Traffic and Transport Management (ACTTM). Stephen 's current research interests are focused on the environmental impacts of freight transport, exploring behavioural responses to different road-user charging mechanisms, and the use of new technologies to enhance the collection of travel survey data. He currently holds two ARC grants, advises four PhD students and continues to publish extensively in a wide-range of mediums. Stephen also provides transport consulting services to government and industry and regularly provides media commentary on contemporary transport policy issues in Sydney.
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.
Rail Plans a Pale Promise 13 Sep 2012
Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies Associate Professor, Stephen Greaves discusses the latest Draft NSW Transport Master Plan.