2006 Pedestrian and Cyclist Road Safety Conference

Pedestrian & Cyclist and Road Safety Conference

9 June 2006

Joint National conference held by the Australasian College of Road Safety and the Victorian Parliamentary Road Safety Committee, held at Parliament House, Spring Street, Melbourne Victoria

Speakers

Professor Raphael Grzebieta – Cycling: How safe is it?”

Tim Hughes – “Safer Walking and cycling in New Zealand”

Rob McGregor – “The role of technology in reducing death and injury to pedestrians and cyclists”

Drew Richardson – “Pushbike and pedestrian injuries in the ACT”

Tom Triggs – Behavioural Challenges and issues relating to Vulnerable Road Users: Pedestirians and Bicyclists”

Theme 1 Building our knowledge base and developing strategy

Bruce Corben MUARC

A/Prof Raphael Grzebieta DVExperts

A/Prof Drew Richardson ANU Medical School

Sergeat Peter Bellion, Victoria PoliceProfessor Tom Triggs, MUARC

Theme 2 Capturing national and International experience

Matts-Ake Belin Swedish Road Administration

Iain Cameron, Executive Director, Road Safety WA

Rob McGregor, Bosch Australia

Tim Hughes, Land Transport New Zealand

Theme 3 The Way Forward – Debate and Discussion

David Healy – Australasian College of Road Safety