Name: Andrew Molloy

Title: Manager, Patronage Insights

Affiliation: Transport for Victoria

Andrew has many years’ experience in the analysis of demand and use of public transport.

Andrew’s background covers research in local government, housing, health and living with disability, and transport issues. His current focus is on evolving data collection and analytics to support transport planning.

Bachelor of Arts (Politics), Monash University
Postgraduate Diploma of Arts (Research), Monash University

Dean’s Recognition Award for Postgraduate Diploma

McCarthy, L., Delbosc, A., Currie, G. & Molloy, A. (2017) Factors influencing travel mode choice among families with young children (aged 0–4): a review of the literatureTransport Reviews, Vol. 37, No. 6, pp. 767-781.

McKenna L., Boyle, M., Brown, T., Williams. B., Molloy, A., Lewis. B. & Molloy, L. (2012) Levels of empathy in undergraduate nursing studentsInternational Journal of Nursing Practice, Vol. 18, No. 3 pp. 246–251.

McDonald, R.L., Wilson, G.N., Molloy, A. & Franck, L.S. (2011) Feasibility of three electronic instruments in studying the benefits of adaptive seatingDisability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, Vol. 6, No. 6, pp. 483-490.

McKenna, L., Boyle, M., Brown, T., Williams, B., Molloy, A., Lewis, B. & , Molloy, E. (2011) Levels of empathy in undergraduate midwifery students: An Australian cross-sectional study. Women and Birth, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 80-84.

Brown, T., Boyle, M., Williams, B., Molloy, A., Palermo, C., McKenna, L. & Molloy, L. (2011) Predictors of Empathy in Health Science StudentsJournal of Allied Health, Vol. 40, No. 3, pp. 143-149.

Boyle, M., Williams, B., Brown, T., Molloy, A., McKenna, L., Molloy, E. & Lewis, B. (2010) Attitudes of undergraduate health science students towards patients with intellectual disability, substance abuse, and acute mental illness: a cross-sectional study. BMC Medical Education, Vol. 10, No. 71, pp. 1-8.

Brown, T., Williams, B., Boyle, M., Molloy, A., McKenna, L., Molloy, L. & Lewis, B. (2010) Levels of Empathy in Undergraduate Occupational Therapy StudentsOccupational Therapy International, Vol. 17, pp. 135-141.