50
Professional Researchers
24
PhD Researchers
48
Masters Students
18
Current Projects
6190
Research Papers
170
Countries
PTRG overview

The Public Transport Research Group is the name for researchers at Monash University who are engaged in research on public transport systems, users, planning and policy. Research interests of the group are cross disciplinary, covering a range of topics in the public transport field.

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Find out more about our staff, national associates, international associates, research students, PhD students and our advisory board who are all associated with the Public Transport Research Group.

 

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07Aug

Prof Graham Currie and Dr Alexa Delbosc receive inaugural ARRB Research Impact Award

Congratulations to Professor Graham Currie and Dr Alexa Delbosc who received the inaugural Research Impact Award from the Australian Road and Research Board for their work titled ‘A global shift in public.. Read More →
07Aug

SEPT-GRIP Candidate Laura Aston receives 2017 AITPM Young Professional Award

  Congratulations to SEPT-GRIP Candidate Laura Aston who received the 2017 Young Professional Award (Victoria) from the Australian Institute of Traffic Planning & Management (AITPM). Along.. Read More →

Our research

Research interests of the group are varied but loosely focus on research associated with public transport and strategic planning, travel demand management, travel behaviour, transport economics, land use and transit, travel modelling, operations modelling and planning for major special events.