Stephen Greaves

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BA (Hons) Leeds MSc Wales PhD LSU
Professor and Chair in Transport Management

Rm 210
H73 - 378 Abercrombie Street
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

Telephone +61 2 9114 1835
Fax +61 2 9114 1863
stephen.greaves@sydney.edu.au
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Bio

Stephen is a Professor in Transport Management in the Institute ofTransport & Logistics Studies (ITLS) at the University of Sydney. He waspreviously Director of the Business School Doctoral studies program(2014-2017). Prior to joining the University of Sydney in 2004, Stephen held a lectureship in transport at Monash University, Melbourne. Stephen completed his undergraduate training at Leeds, and a Masters at University of Cardiff, before moving overseas to complete a PhD at Louisiana State University in the Year 2000.

Stephen has a wide range of transportation-related teaching expertise at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. He has taught courses in traffic engineering, transport planning and policy, strategic transport modelling and Geographic Information Systems, always achieving high levels of student satisfaction. Stephen has also delivered specialised transportation courses and workshops to industry.

Stephen’s research interests are focused around the health/environmental/safety impacts of transport, new vehicle technologies including electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles, and innovative travel data collection methods using the latest technologies. He has 125 refereed publications, including 43 in international journals, has held three major ARC grants and successfully graduated 7 PhD students including 4 as primary supervisor. He also provides expert advice and media commentary on a range of transport-related issues and was co-chair of a major international conference on survey methods held in Australia in 2014.

From 2014-17, Stephen served as the Business School Doctoral studies program. Under his tenure, the program grew both in numbers and quality of students, as a range of initiatives focused around scholarships, coursework, and pastoral care have been implemented.

Research Interests

Professor Stephen Greaves has firmly established himself as an international expert in two critical areas of travel behaviour research, namely 1) travel survey methods, and 2) sustainable travel behaviour. In terms of 1), Stephen has demonstrated how new technologies (GPS, smartphones), have allowed us to re-imagine how we might collect large-scale, multi-year travel/mobility data, to support a variety of contemporary transport policy questions. Successful examples include ARC-supported projects involving a 3-year investigation of cycling in Sydney using a combination of smartphone-based and web-based tools, and a 6 month investigation of driving behaviour using a GPS/web-based solution. Stephen has also been involved with more practical applications of how new technologies and ways of thinking can help address growing problems of non-response and survey fatigue with traditional surveys that provide municipalities with critical information for policy decisions. Evidence of his international reputation was the award of a prestigious visiting research fellowship in 2014 with the Université Paris-Est in Paris researching the use of Global Positioning System (GPS) technology in the French national travel survey.

In terms of 2), Stephen has been involved with research projects that have tackled key elements of the broader ‘sustainability’ of travel behaviour. These have included specific focus on exposure to pollution while travelling, safety implications of driving, active travel modes (particularly cycling), and more recently autonomous vehicles, which currently come with more questions than answers. Stephen’s research in these areas has been characterised by a strong inter-disciplinary perspective including working with environmental scientists on air quality issues, insurance/actuarial experts on financial mechanisms to encourage behavioural change, and public health experts investigating the travel/health/economic impacts of cycling investments.

Selected publications

2019

Journal Article

Standen C, Greaves S, Collins A, Crane M, and Rissel C (2019) The value of slow travel: Economic appraisal of cycling projects using the logsum measure of consumer surplus Transportation Research Part A. [More Information]

2018

Journal Articles

Ellison A, Ellison R, Ahmed A, Rance D, and Greaves S (2018) Spatiotemporal Identification of Trip Stops from Smartphone Data Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, In Press. [More Information]

Ellison R, Hensher D, and Greaves S (2018) Collecting longitudinal data from freight operators: survey design and implementation Transportation Planning and Technology, Forthcoming.

Rissel C, Crane M, Standen C, Wen L, Ellison R, and Greaves S (2018) Public support for bicycling and transport policies in inner Sydney, Australia: a cross-sectional survey Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 42 (3), 309-314. [More Information]

Conference Proceeding

Verzosa N, Greaves S, and Ellison R (2018) Let's Play for the Future of Transport: Understanding the Characteristics of Potential Participants in a Gamified Smartphone Travel Survey 97th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board TRB; Transportation Research Board Publications (TRB), Washington, D.C., United States.

2017

Journal Articles

Beck M, Rose J, and Greaves S (2017) I can't believe your attitude: a joint estimation of best worst attitudes and electric vehicle choice Transportation, 44 (4), 753-772. [More Information]

Crane M, Rissel C, Standen C, Ellison A, Ellison R, Wen L, and Greaves S (2017) Longitudinal evaluation of travel and health outcomes in relation to new bicycle infrastructure, Sydney, Australia Journal of Transport and Health, 6, 386-395. [More Information]

Ellison R, Ellison A, Greaves S, and Sampaio B (2017) Electronic ticketing systems as a mechanism for travel behaviour change? Evidence from Sydney's Opal card Transportation Research Part A, 99, 80-93. [More Information]

Smith B, Olaru D, Jabeen F, and Greaves S (2017) Electric vehicles adoption: Environmental enthusiast bias in discrete choice models Transportation Research Part D, 51, 290-303. [More Information]

Standen C, Crane M, Collins A, Greaves S, and Rissel C (2017) Determinants of Mode and Route Change Following the Opening of a New Cycleway in Sydney, Australia Journal of Transport and Health, 4, 255-266. [More Information]

Sun Y, Olaru D, Smith B, Greaves S, and Collins A (2017) Road to autonomous vehicles in Australia: an exploratory literature review Road and Transport Research, 26 (1), 34-47.

Conference Proceedings

Ellison A, Verzosa N, Greaves S, and Ellison R (2017) Who stays in? An analysis of participation and data quality in longitudinal transport surveys 11th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods; Elsevier B.V., Quebec, Canada.

Verzosa N, Greaves S, Ellison R, and Davis M (2017) Eliciting Preferences for Gamified Travel Surveys: A Best-Worst Approach 11th International Conference on Transport Survey Methods; Elsevier B.V., Quebec, Canada.

2016

Journal Articles

Crane M, Rissel C, Greaves S, and Gebel K (2016) Correcting bias in self-rated quality of life: an application of anchoring vignettes and ordinal regression models to better understand QoL differences across commuting modes Quality of Life Research, 25 (2), 257-266. [More Information]

Crane M, Rissel C, Greaves S, Standen C, and Wen L (2016) Neighbourhood expectations and engagement with new cycling infrastructure in Sydney, Australia: Findings from a mixed method before-and-after study Journal of Transport and Health, 3 (1), 48-60. [More Information]

Rissel C, Crane M, Wen L, Greaves S, and Standen C (2016) Satisfaction with transport and enjoyment of the commute by commuting mode in inner Sydney Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 27 (1), 80-83. [More Information]

Conference Proceeding

Verzosa N, Greaves S, and Ellison R (2016) Smartphone-based Travel Surveys: A Review The 38th Australasian Transport Research Forum (ATRF) 2016; Australasian Transport Forum, Canberra.

Book Chapter

Greaves S, and Stanley J (2016) Policy for a sustainable future Handbook on Transport and Urban Planning in the Developed World; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 202-228. [More Information]

2015

Journal Articles

Doherty S, and Greaves S (2015) Time-series analysis of continuously monitored blood glucose: The impacts of geographic and daily lifestyle factors Journal of Diabetes Research, 2015, 1-6. [More Information]

Ellison A, and Greaves S (2015) Speeding in urban environments: Are the time savings worth the risk? Accident Analysis and Prevention, 85, 239-247. [More Information]

Ellison A, Bliemer M, and Greaves S (2015) Evaluating changes in driver behaviour: A risk profiling approach Accident Analysis and Prevention, 75, 298-309. [More Information]

Ellison A, Greaves S, and Bliemer M (2015) Driver behaviour profiles for road safety analysis Accident Analysis and Prevention, 76, 118-132. [More Information]

Greaves S, Ellison A, Ellison R, Rance D, Standen C, Rissel C, and Crane M (2015) A Web-Based Diary and Companion Smartphone app for Travel/Activity Surveys Transportation Research Procedia, 11, 297-310. [More Information]

Rissel C, Greaves S, Wen L, Crane M, and Standen C (2015) Use of and short-term impacts of new cycling infrastructure in inner-Sydney, Australia: a quasi-experimental design International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12, 1-8. [More Information]

2014

Journal Articles

Crane M, Rissel C, Standen C, and Greaves S (2014) Associations between the frequency of cycling and domains of quality of life Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 25 (3), 182-185. [More Information]

Fifer S, Rose J, and Greaves S (2014) Hypothetical bias in Stated Choice Experiments: Is it a problem? And if so, how do we deal with it? Transportation Research Part A, 61, 164-177. [More Information]

Greaves S, Backman H, and Ellison A (2014) An Empirical Assessment of the Feasibility of Battery Electric Vehicles for Day-to-Day Driving Transportation Research Part A, 66, 226-237. [More Information]

Moutou C, and Greaves S (2014) Determining strategies to increase response rates in transport surveys of small shop-based businesses Transportation Planning and Technology, 37 (7), 598-622. [More Information]

2013

Journal Articles

Ellison A, Greaves S, and Bliemer M (2013) Examining Heterogeneity of Driver Behavior with Temporal and Spatial Factors Transportation Research Record, 2386, 158-167. [More Information]

Ellison A, Greaves S, and Daniels R (2013) Capturing speeding behaviour in school zones using GPS technology Road and Transport Research, 22 (4), 30-42.

Ellison R, Greaves S, and Hensher D (2013) Five years of London's low emission zone: Effects on vehicle fleet composition and air quality Transportation Research Part D, 23, 25-33. [More Information]

Greaves S, Fifer S, and Ellison R (2013) Exploring Behavioral Responses of Motorists to Risk-Based Charging Mechanisms Transportation Research Record, 2386, 52-61. [More Information]

Rissel C, Greaves S, Wen L, Capon A, Crane M, and Standen C (2013) Evaluating the transport, health and economic impacts of new urban cycling infrastructure in Sydney, Australia - protocol paper BMC Public Health, 13 (1), 1-8. [More Information] [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Ellison R, Greaves S, and Hensher D (2013) Priorities in freight operations: importance of costs, vehicles and on-time performance 36th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2013; Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

Ellison R, Greaves S, and Hensher D (2013) Medium term effects of London’s low emission zone 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (TRB 2013); Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C..

Stopher P, Greaves S, and Shen L (2013) Comparing Two Processing Routines for GPS Traces - Lessons Learnt 36th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2013; Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

Book Chapter

Greaves S, and Ellison R (2013) A GPS/Web-based Solution for Multi-day Travel Surveys: Processing Requirements and Participant Reaction Transport Survey Methods: Best Practice for Decision Making; Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, UK, 721-743. [More Information]

2012

Book

Greaves S, and Garrard J (2012) Transport, The Environment And Public Health: Classic Papers On Non-Motorised Travel; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK.

2011

Journal Articles

Ellison R, and Greaves S (2011) Travel Time Competitiveness of Cycling in Sydney, Australia Transportation Research Record, 2247, 99-108. [More Information]

Familar R, Greaves S, and Ellison A (2011) Analysis of Speeding Behavior: Multilevel Modeling Approach Transportation Research Record, 2237, 67-77. [More Information]

Fifer S, Greaves S, Rose J, and Ellison R (2011) A Combined GPS/Stated Choice Experiment to Estimate Values of Crash-Risk Reduction Journal of Choice Modelling, 4 (1), 44-61. [More Information]

Greaves S, and Ellison A (2011) Personality, Risk Aversion and Speeding: An Empirical Investigation Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43 (5), 1828-1836. [More Information]

Pucher J, Garrard J, and Greaves S (2011) Cycling Down Under: A Comparative Analysis of Bicycling Trends and Policies in Sydney and Melbourne Journal of Transport Geography, 19 (2), 332-345. [More Information]

Conference Proceeding

Ellison A, Greaves S, and Daniels R (2011) Speeding Behaviour in School Zones Australasian College of Road Safety National Conference 2011 - A Safe System: Making it Happen!; Australasian College of Road Safety, Melbourne, Australia.

2010

Journal Articles

Garrard J, Greaves S, and Ellison A (2010) Cycling injuries in Australia: road safety's blind spot? Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, 21 (3), 37-43.

Greaves S, and Fifer S (2010) Development of a Kilometer-Based Rewards System to Encourage Safer Driving Practices Transportation Research Record, 2182, 88-96. [More Information]

Greaves S, Fifer S, Ellison R, and Germanos G (2010) Development of a Global Positioning System Web-Based Prompted Recall Solution for Longitudinal Travel Surveys Transportation Research Record, 2183, 69-77. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Ellison A, and Greaves S (2010) Driver Characteristics and Speeding Behaviour 33rd Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2010; Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), Australia.

Ellison R, Fifer S, and Greaves S (2010) A comparison of methods to reclassify trip purpose within trip chains 33rd Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2010; Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), Australia.

2009

Conference Proceedings

Greaves S (2009) A Strategic-Level Modelling Tool for Evaluating Air Quality and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Strategies for Urban Road Freight in Sydney Transportation, Land Use, Planning, and Air Quality Conference 2009; American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), United States. [More Information]

Greaves S, Fifer S, Ellison R, and Germanos G (2009) Development of a GPS/GPRS Prompted-Recall Solution for Longitudinal Driving Behaviour Studies 32nd Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2009; New Zealand Ministry of Transport, Auckland, New Zealand.

Book Chapter

Greaves S (2009) Development and Application of a Strategic Modelling Tool for the Evaluation of Air Pollution Mitigation Strategies for Urban Freight in Sydney Urban Transport XV: Urban Transport and the Environment; Wit Press, Southampton United Kingdom, 529-540.

2008

Journal Articles

Greaves S, and Figliozzi M (2008) Collecting Commercial Vehicle Tour Data with Passive Global Positioning System Technology: Issues and Potential Applications Transportation Research Record, 2008 (2049), 158-166. [More Information]

Greaves S, Issarayangyun T, and Liu Q (2008) Exploring Variability in Pedestrian Exposure to Fine Particulates (PM2.5) Along a Busy Road Atmospheric environment, 42 (8), 1665-1676. [More Information]

Stopher P, Kockelman K, Greaves S, and Clifford E (2008) Reducing Burden and Sample Sizes in Multiday Household Travel Surveys Transportation Research Record, 2064, 12-18. [More Information]

Conference Proceeding

Greaves S, and Figliozzi M (2008) Commercial Vehicle Tour Data Collection using Passive GPS Technology: Issues and Potential Applications 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; U.S. National Research Council, Transportation Research Board, USA.

2007

Journal Articles

Collins A, and Greaves S (2007) Daytime population tracking for planning and pollution exposure assessment Road and Transport Research, 16 (1), 55-67.

Greaves S, and Collins A (2007) Disaggregate spatio-temporal assessments of population exposure to aircraft noise Journal of Air Transport Management, 13 (6), 338-347. [More Information]

Issarayangyun T, and Greaves S (2007) Analysis of minute-by-minute exposure to fine particulates inside a car – A time-series modelling approach Transportation Research Part D, 12 (5), 347-357. [More Information]

Stopher P, and Greaves S (2007) Guidelines for samplers: measuring a change in behaviour from before and after surveys Transportation, 34 (1), 1-16. [More Information]

Stopher P, and Greaves S (2007) Household travel surveys: Where are we going? Transportation Research Part A, 41 (5), 367-381. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Issarayangyun T, and Greaves S (2007) Predicting Fine Particulate Concentrations near a Busy Intersection in Sydney using Artificial Neural Networks 30th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2007; Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics (BTRE), Australia.

Issarayangyun T, and Greaves S (2007) Predicting fine particulate concentrations near a busy intersection in Sydney using artificial neural networks 30th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2007; Bureau of Transport and Regional Economics (BTRE), Australia.

Liu Q, and Greaves S (2007) Pedestrian exposure to fine particulates in heavily-trafficked microenvironments 14th Int. Union of Air Pollution Prevention and Environmental Protection Associations (IUAPPA) World Congress 2007, inc 18th Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand (CASANZ) Conference; Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand, Australia.

Others

Greaves S (2007) Public Debate: Sydney's Transport.

Greaves S (2007) Interviewed by Inner West Courrier.

2006

Journal Articles

Greaves S (2006) Variability of Personal Exposure to Fine Particulates for Urban Commuters Inside an Automobiles Transportation Research Record (1987), 161-170. [More Information]

Stopher P, Greaves S, and Swann N (2006) Designing a procedure for long-term monitoring of travel behaviour change policies Road and Transport Research, 15 (2), 6-20.

Stopher P, Greaves S, Fitzgerald C, Swann N, and Perkins A (2006) A pilot survey of a panel approach to evaluating TravelSmart initiatives Road and Transport Research, 15 (2), 21-34.

Conference Proceedings

Biddle A, Bertoia T, Greaves S, and Stopher P (2006) The Costs of Infill versus Greenfield Development – a Review of Recent Literature 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2006; Australasian Transport Research Forum, Australia.

Collins A, and Greaves S (2006) Daytime Population Tracking for Planning and Pollution Exposure Assessment 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2006; Australasian Transport Research Forum, Australia.

Greaves S (2006) Capturing the Spatiotemporal Variability of Fine Particulates in Travel Microenvironments Twelfth International Conference on Urban Transport and the Environment in the 21st Century: Urban Transport XII; Wit Press, Southampton, UK.

Greaves S, and Hamers J (2006) Variability of Exposure to Fine Particulates While Cycling 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2006; Australasian Transport Research Forum, Australia.

Greaves S, and Liu Q (2006) Assessing Pedestrian Exposure to Fine Particulates at fine levels of Spatio-temporal Resolution 28th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research (CAITR); Australian Institutes of Transport Research (CAITR).

Greaves S, Collins A, and Bhatia N (2006) Disaggregate Assessments of Population Exposure to Aircraft Noise 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2006; Australasian Transport Research Forum, Australia.

Issarayangyun T, and Greaves S (2006) Analysis of Minute-by-Minute Pollution Exposure inside a Car – a Time-Series Modelling Approach 28th Conference of Australian Institutes of Transport Research (CAITR); Australian Institutes of Transport Research (CAITR).

Stopher P, and Greaves S (2006) Sythesising a Household Travel Survey Data Base 85th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting TRB 2006; U.S. National Research Council, Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, USA.

Stopher P, Fitzgerald C, Greaves S, and Biddle A (2006) What Can We Learn From GPS Measurement of Travel? 29th Australasian Transport Research Forum, 2006; Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC), Western Australia.

Stopher P, Greaves S, Fitzgerald C, Lauer N, Xu M, and Perkins A (2006) A panel approach to evaluating voluntary travel behavior change programs - South Australia pilot survey 85th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting TRB 2006; U.S. National Research Council, Transportation Research Board, Washington DC, USA.

Book Chapters

Greaves S (2006) Simulating household travel survey data Travel Survey Methods: Quality and Future Directions; Elsevier Science, Oxford, UK, 625-650.

Greaves S (2006) Capturing the Spatiotemporal Variability of Fine Particulates in Travel Microenvironments Urban Transport XII; Wit Press, 849-858. [More Information]

Murakami E, Greaves S, and Ruiz T (2006) Moving panel surveys from concept to implementation Travel Survey Methods: Quality and Future Directions; Elsevier Science, Oxford, UK, 399-412.

Newspaper Article

Greaves S (2006) Car Drivers Being Poisoned by Roads Sunday Telegraph .

Other

Greaves S (2006) Invited discussant of a seminar given by Prof. Larry Frank.

2005

Journal Article

Stopher P, Greaves S, and Xu M (2005) Using National Data to Simulate Metropolitan Area Household Travel Data Journal of Transportation and Statistics, 8 (3), 83-95. [More Information]

Conference Proceedings

Greaves S, Bertoia T, and Jiang Q (2005) Variability of Personal Exposure to Fine Particulate Matter for Urban Commuters Inside an Automobile 28th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2005; Transport and Population Data Centre, NSW, Sydney, Australia.

Stopher P, and Greaves S (2005) Measuring Effects of a Transportation Strategy - Sample Size Issues 84th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting TRB 2005; U.S. National Research Council, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.

Stopher P, Greaves S, and Fitzgerald C (2005) Developing and Deploying a New Wearable GPS Device for Transport Applications 28th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2005; Transport and Population Data Centre, NSW, Sydney, Australia.

Stopher P, Greaves S, and Fitzgerald C (2005) Developing and deploying a new wearable GPS device for transport applications. Second International Colloquium on the Behavioural Foundations of Integrated Land-use and Transportation Models: Frameworks, Models and Applications, Canada.

Stopher P, Greaves S, Xu M, and Lauer N (2005) Designing a Procedure to Undertake Long Term Evaluation of the Effects of TravelSmart Interventions 28th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2005; Transport and Population Data Centre, NSW, Sydney, Australia.

Stopher P, Greaves S, Xu M, Fitzgerald C, and Lauer N (2005) A Panel Approach to Evaluating TravelSmart Initiatives in the Short Term - South Australia Pilot Survey 28th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2005; Transport and Population Data Centre, NSW, Sydney, Australia.

2004

Conference Proceedings

Greaves S (2004) Simulating household travel survey data 7th International Conference on Travel Survey Methods Costa Rica.

Greaves S, Murakami E, and Ruiz T (2004) Moving panel surveys from concept to implementation 7th International Conference on Travel Survey Methods Costa Rica.

Stopher P, and Greaves S (2004) Sample Size Requirements For Measuring A Change In Behaviour 27th Australasian Transport Research Forum ATRF 2004; Transport Systems Centre, Universtiy of South Australia, Australia.

Book Chapter

Greaves S (2004) GIS and The Collection Of Travel Survey Data Handbook of Transport Geography and Spatial Systems; Elsevier Science, Australia, 375-390.

2003

Conference Proceedings

Greaves S, and Somers A (2003) Insights on driver behaviour: What Can Global Positioning System (GPS) Data Tell Us? Transport - our highway to a sustainable future, 21st ARRB and 11th REAAA conference; Arrb: Reaaa, Australia.

Greaves S, and Somers A (2003) The role of GPS in improving the quality of transportation engineering data 6th International Symposium of Satellite Navigation Technology and Applications, Australia.

Stopher P, Greaves S, and Bullock P (2003) Simulating household travel survey data: application to two urban areas 82nd Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting TRB 2003; Transport Resaearch Board, Washington.

Book Chapter

Greaves S (2003) Road Capacity Traffic Engineering and Management; Monash Institute of Transport Studies, Clayton, 8.3.1-8.3.23.

Recent Units Taught

  • BUSS7901 Research Design

  • ITLS5200 Quantitative Logistics and Transport

  • ITLS6103 Sustainable Transport Policy

  • ITLS6190 Transport and Infrastructure Systems

Newsroom articles

  • How much time will Sydney's new network save on commutes 19 Nov 2018

    The Daily Telegraph also published an article about Sydney’s new road network and quoted Professor Stephen Greaves from the Business School for the feature.

  • Soccer scholar nets $140,000 20 Jun 2018

    The Australian

    The Australian quoted Professor Stephen Greaves on a new PhD scholarship in soccer governance for the School, sponsored by the Johnny Warren Football Foundation.

  • Stephen Greaves on ABC Radio 12 Jun 2018

    ABC Radio (NewsRadio, Melbourne)

    ABC Radio (NewsRadio, Melbourne) interviewed Professor Stephen Greaves on the Johnny Warren Football Foundation approaching the Business School to establish a PhD in Soccer Governance.

  • Health by Stealth partnership: better living through active transport 07 Jun 2018

    Get Stem

    Get Stem published an article which mentioned the Health By Stealth report, led by the University of Tasmania’s Menzies Institute for Medical Research with the support of Melbourne’s Deakin University and the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS). Professor Stephen Greaves was quoted.

  • Stephen Greaves on ABC Radio Sydney 27 May 2018

    ABC Radio Sydney

    ABC Radio Sydney interviewed Professor Stephen Greaves on traffic management and infrastructure in Sydney.

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