Prof. Graham Currie

Name: Prof. Graham Currie

Title: Professor and Director, PTRG

Affiliations: Public Transport Research Group, Monash University

Prof Currie is a renowned international Public Transport research leader and policy advisor with over 30 years experience. He has published more research papers in leading international peer research journals in this field than any other researcher in the world. He is founder of the ‘World Transit Research’ clearinghouse (www.worldtransitresearch.info) which has consolidated all research in this field into a single accessible source and is now used by over 8,000 towns and cities in over 170 countries worldwide.   Professor Currie has worked for some of the worlds leading Public Transport Operators including London Transport, and he has managed numerous Public Transport research and development projects internationally. Prof Currie’s experience spans Project Management, Demand Forecasting, Planning Methods in Public Transport, Regulatory Reviews, Efficiency and Performance Benchmarking, Training, Market Research, Investment Appraisal and Financial and Economic Analysis.   Graham is also a specialist advisor to international agencies on planning transport for special events and has worked on all the summer Olympic Games since 1996 and the Hajj pilgrimage in Mekka. Graham holds one of the worlds first full Professorships specializing  in Public Transport. In this role he aims to develop knowledge and training for the public transport profession on a national and international basis.

In 2015, an independent world review of academic research in the field of public transport (Heilig, Leonard & Voß, Stefan. 2015. A Scientometric Analysis of Public Transport Research. Journal of Public Transportation, 18 (2): 111-141.) found that public transport research at Monash University was the leading research group in Australia and in the top 3 in the world.  In addition Professor Currie was found to one of the most cited researchers in the field and also one of the most productive in terms of the volume of research outputs in leading research journals.

In 2013 Professor Currie was lead author in a paper which won the William W Millar Award for Best Research paper in public transport at the 91st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board in Washington DC USA.  This is the largest transport conference in the world.  In 2017 Professor Currie also won the William W Millar Award for Best Research paper in public transport at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board.  This means Professor Currie is the only person to have ever won this prestigious award twice.

BSc (Hons) Geography, Huddersfield 1982

MSc in Transport Studies, Cranfield University 1984

PhD Monash University, 2011

2017 – William W Millar Award – Best Research Paper at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting in Public Transportation

2016 – Best Research Paper in Transport Policy – World Conference on Transport Research, Shanghai China

2014 – Best Class Award – Msc Unit – Urban Public Transport Systems – Jiangsu Province China

2014 – Best Class Award – Msc Unit – Urban Public Transport Systems – South East University, China

2014 – Nominated Vice Chancellors Award for Excellence in Postgraduate Supervision – Monash University

2013 – William W Millar Award – Best Research Paper at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting in Public Transportation

2013 – Certificate of Excellence in Reviewing – Elsevier – Journal of Transport Geography

2012 – Letter of Congratulation – Excellence in Teaching

2012 – Commendation – US Transportation Research Board – 91st Annual Meeting

2011 – Commendation – US Transportation Research Board – 90th Annual Meeting

2011 – UITP (Union Internationale de Transports Public) World Research Prize Nomination

2011 – UITP Asia Pacific Award for Knowledge and Research in Public Transport

2009 – Research Paper Award – 11th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo 11) Delft University of Technology Holland

2007 – Institution of Transportation Engineers Award – Contribution to the Transportation Profession

2006 – Bus Association Victoria Bus Industry Award Winner 2006 for Industry Contribution

1996 – National Engineering Excellence Awards – Commendation

Cited with consultants Sinclair Knight Merz and the project implementation team with a high commendation for the Public Transport Planning for 1996 TransUrban Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park, Melbourne

1982 – Harry Robinson Prize for Academic Excellence

Associate Editor – International Research Journal “Transportation”

Editorial Board Member – Journal ‘Road and Transport Research’

Guest Editorial – Journal of Transport Geography Special Issue on the Tenth International Conference on Competition and Ownership in Land Passenger Transport (Thredbo 10)

US Transportation Research Board – Committee AP075 Light Rail Transit – Vice Chair

US Transportation Research Board – Committee AP075 (3) International developments in Light Rail Transit – Chair

Member Union Internationale des Transports Publics (UITP) – Academic Network (2005)

US Transportation Research Board – Committee AP025 Public Transportation Planning and Development – Full Member

Expert Referee for International Research Councils – University of Kuwait , Swiss National Science Foundation, the State Secretariat for Education and Research, Switzerland, the US Transportation Research Board, Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences, “Strategisch Basis Onderzoek” Netherlands, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Romanian National Council for Research and Development, Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, Portugal.

Gateway Review– Accredited for Review Team Membership

Committee Member – Reference Group – Review of the National Guidelines for Transport System Management (2014)

Committee Member – Translink Queensland Revenue Protection Taskforce (2013-4)

Advisor – Victorian Office of the Auditor General – Review of ICT in Transport (2014)

Committee Member – Victorian Road Based Public Transport Advisory Committee (2004-2013)

Member Metropolitan Bus Reviews Reference Group, Victoria Australia (2006-2010)

Steering Committee Member – Victorian Auditor Generals Performance Audit of the Victorian Rail Franchising Process (2004-5)

PTRG Projects

Australian Research Council Funded Projects – Discovery

  1. ‘Innovative urban traffic congestion solutions: optimising roadspace using networks of multi-class priority (Sarvi, Currie and Wallace) Chief Investigator on this major project exploring how to optimize roadspace in networks to minimize congestion.

Australian Research Council Funded Projects – Industry

  1. LP100100159 Optimising the design and implementation of public transport priority initiatives (2010-2016) Principal Chief Investigator
  2. LP120200361 ‘Innovative Tools to Improve Station Design and Management of Crowds in Emergency and Panic Conditions’ – Chief Investigator
  3. LP066046 ‘Investigating Transport Disadvantage, Social Exclusion and Well Being in Metropolitan, Regional and Rural Victoria (2006-2011). Principal Chief investigator

Industry Contract Research Projects

  1. Passenger Growth Strategy R&D Project – Metro Trains Melbourne (2013-)
  2. Exploring Responses to Unplanned Rail Disruptions – Metro Trains Melbourne (2013-14)
  3. Exploring the Psychology of Fare Evasion (2012-3)
  4. Before and After Assessment of the Impact of Removing Setback Filter Turns on Safety and Operations Performance on Lonsdale Street Bus Lanes (2012-14)
  5. Exploring the Road Safety and Operational Impacts of Measures to Improve Bus Lane Performance in Lonsdale Street Melbourne (2012)
  6. Olympic Transport – Key Lessons for the Hajj/Omrah Event 2010-2011 – Umm Al Qura University Saudi Arabia Principal Chief Investigator
  7. Victorian Department of Transport – Review of Intermodal Coordination Research (2011-12) – Principal Investigator
  8. Victorian Department of Transport – Review of Disappearing Traffic Research (2011-12) – Principal Investigator
  9. Metlink Monash PhD Research in Transit Market Development (2011-2014)
  10. City of Boroondara – Literature Review of Induced Travel 2010
  11. Smartbus Ridership Drivers R&D Project – Department of Transport 2010-2011
  12. BusVic 2009 Industry Survey – Independent survey of the Victorian Bus Industry
  13. Volgren-Monash PhD Research Scholarship in Vehicle Design (2007-2011) – Funded by Grenda/Volgren for a PhD student shared between ITS (Monash) and the Monash Art and Design
  14. City of Melbourne – Pedestrian Flow Modelling Research & Development Project (2009-10)
  15. London Olympic Delivery Authority Transport – Strategy Advisor (2007-2009)
  16. Review of Australasian Bus Rapid Transit – University of Southern Florida and the US Federal Transit Authority (2007-8)
  17. Exploring Links between Public Transport, Social Capital and Community Strengthening (2006)
  18. DoI/ BAV – Demand Responsive Bus Options and Pilot Studies (2006)
  19. VicRoads – Simulation Modelling of Bus Signal Priority (2005-6)
  20. Metlink – Market Futures Research and Development Projects (2006-8)
  21. VicRoads – Dynamic Active Signal Priority Philosophy and Logic Development (2005-2008)
  22. Metlink Monash PhD Research in Transit Market Development (2005-2009)
  23. VicRoads – Arterial Roadspace Management for Public Transport Priority (2003-4)
  24. Operations Advisor – Athens Olympic Games (2002-4)
  25. Sydney Transitways – Advisor on Transitway Demand Forecasting (2003-4) –
  26. Transit Network Design Tradeoffs Research Project – DoIER Tasmania (2003)

CONSULTING ACTIVITIES

Numerous

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

MONASH UNIVERSITY

CIV5316 Fundamentals of Urban Public Transport (2006-)

Planning Public Transport II Network & Strategic Perspectives – Short Course (2006-)

Planning Public Transport at a Route Level – Short Course (2003, 2005-)

Public Transport Performance Assessment – Short Course (2004, 2008)

Traffic Engineering and Management – Short Course (2004)

Postgraduate Masters Program in Transport and Traffic (2003-)

Supervised student projects in the Public Transport area.

Undergraduate Program in Civil Engineering (2003-)

Supervising student projects in the Public Transport area. Lecturing in public transport planning issues including design for on-road public transport.

SOUTH EAST UNIVERSITY – SUZHOU CHINA

CIV5322 Urban Public Transport Systems (2013-)

Developed and delivered a public transport planning course as part of the new joint Monash/SEU Masters in Transport Systems degree to students in Suzhou China.

PHD STUDENT SUPERVISION

Completions

12 PhD and 1 Masters by research completions:

  • Chris De Gruyter – PhD – Travel plans for new residential developments: Insights from theory and practice
  • Lorelei Schmitt – PhD – Do first trips matter? Exploring unfamiliar public transport travel
  • Selby Coxon – PhD – A design study of metropolitan rail carriage interior configuration to improve boarding, alighting, passenger dispersal and dwell time stability
  • Brendan Pender – 2014 – PhD – Unplanned Urban Passenger Rail Disrutin – new methodologies and Perspectives on Bus Bridging
  • Kelvin Goh – 2014 – PhD – Exploring New methodologies and Perspectives on the Road safety benefits of Bus Priority
  • Alexa Delbosc – 2013 – PhD – The Impact of Transport on Subjective Well Being
  • Md Aftabuzzaman – 2011 – PhD – Understanding the Road Traffic Congestion Relief of Public Transport
  • Victoria Johnson – 2011 – PhD – An Exploration of the Relationship Between Transport to Arts and Cultural Activities and Social Exclusion
  • Robbie Napper – 2011 – PhD – Designing Route Buses: From Bespoke to Mass Customisation
  • Ehsan Mazloumi – 2011 – PhD – Public Transport Travel Time and Its Variability
  • Paul Hamer – 2011 – Msc – Impacts of Parking Price Policies: A Case Study of the Melbourne CBD Congestion Levy
  • Tat Mweng Gwee – 2010 – PhD – Exploring the Economic Impacts of Agglomeration Economies in urban Rail Projects
  • Mahmoud Mesbah – 2009 – PhD – A Methodology to Optimize Transit Road Space Priority at the Network Level

Current Supervisions

5 lead supervisor and 3 co-supervisions

THESIS EXAMINATION

Thirteen in total including University of Aberdeen UK, University of Auckland New Zealand (3), Queensland University of Technology, The University of Queensland (2), The University of New South Wales, The University of Sydney, Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand), University College Dublin (Ireland), University of Leeds (UK).

PT Publications

Books

Published

  1. Currie G (2011) ‘ New Perspectives and Methods in Transport and Social Exclusion Research’ Emerald Group Publishing Limited,   ISBN: 9781780522005 http://books.emeraldinsight.com/display.asp?ISB=9781780522005
  2. Currie G Stanley J and Stanley J (2007) ‘No Way To Go – Transport and Social Disadvantage in Australian Communities’ Monash University ePress epress.monash.edu/nwtg
  3. Currie G Gammie F Waingold C Paterson D and Vandersar D (2005) ‘Rural and Regional Young People and Transport – Improving Access to Transport for Young People in Rural and Regional Australia’. Youth Affairs Research Program ISBN 0 9752498 5 1 Jan 2005 http://www.dest.gov.au/NR/rdonlyres/6D37D35C-845D-463F-AB31-3475D70EC001/21835/randr_transport.pdf
  4. Currie G (2003) ‘Tasmanian Youth Transport Strategy’ Published by the Department of Youth Affairs Tasmania.
  5. Currie G and Starrs M.M. (1992) “Strategies to Overcome Transport Disadvantage” published for the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Social Justice Program into Locational Disadvantage. ISBN 0 644 25877 2, 1992

Book Chapters

Published

  1. Currie G (2014) ‘Public Transport Progress and Failure – Keeping up with growth in Australian Cities’ in Stanley J and Roux A (Ed) ‘Infrastructure for 21st Century Australian Cities’ Papers from the ADC Forum National Infrastructure and Cities Summit, March 2014, Eds Stanley J and Roux A (2014) ISSN 978-0-9806574-2-5
  2. Young, W Currie G and Hamer P (2014) ‘Exploring The Impact Of The Melbourne CBD Parking Levy On Who Pays The Levy, Parking Supply And Mode Use’ in Transport and Sustainability; Vol 5 Parking: Issues and Policies ISBN: 978-1-78350-919-5; Edited by: Stephen Ison, Corinne Mulley
  3. Currie, G (2011) ‘Introduction’ in Currie, G (Ed.) ‘New Perspectives and Methods in Transport and Social Exclusion Research ’ Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, Bingley UK
  4. Currie, G and Delbosc, A (2011) ‘Transport disadvantage: a review’ in Currie, G (Ed.) ‘New Perspectives and Methods in Transport and Social Exclusion Research’ Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, Bingley UK
  5. Currie, G and Delbosc, A (2011) ‘Study approach overview’ in Currie, G (Ed.) ‘New Perspectives and Methods in Transport and Social Exclusion ’ Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, Bingley UK.
  6. Currie, G and Delbosc, A (2011) ‘Exploring transport issues’ in Currie, G (Ed.) ‘New Perspectives and Methods in Transport and Social Exclusion Research’ Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, Bingley UK
  7. Currie, G and Delbosc, A (2011) ‘Field Survey Sampling Results’ in Currie, G (Ed.) ‘New Perspectives and Methods in Transport and Social Exclusion Research’ Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, Bingley UK
  8. Currie, G and Delbosc, A (2011) ‘Field Survey Results’ in Currie, G (Ed.) ‘New Perspectives and Methods in Transport and Social Exclusion Research’ Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, Bingley UK
  9. Delbosc, A and Currie, G (2011) ‘Piecing it together: a structural equation medel of transport, social exclusion and well-being’ in Currie, G (Ed.) ‘New Perspectives and Methods in Transport and Social Exclusion Research’ Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, Bingley UK
  10. Delbosc, A and Currie, G (2011) ‘Taking it apart: disaggregate modelling of transport, social exclusion and well-being’ in Currie, G (Ed.) ‘New Perspectives and Methods in Transport and Social Exclusion’ Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, Bingley UK
  11. Currie, G (2011) ‘Conclusions’ in Currie, G (Ed.) ‘New Perspectives and Methods in Transport and Social Exclusion Research ’ Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, Bingley UK
  12. Currie G (2010) ‘Rapid Transit’ entry in the ‘A Dictionary Of Transport Analysis’ Ed. Button, K, Vega, H. and Nijkamp, P – Edward Elgar Publishing , November 2010 c 544 pp Hardback 978 1 84376 375 8
  13. Currie G and Delbosc A (2010) ‘Mobility vs affordability as motivations for car ownership choice in urban fringe, low-income Australia’ in Lucas, K Blumenberg E and Weinburger R ‘Auto Motives: Understanding Car Use Behaviours’
  14. Currie G (2007) ‘Young Australians – No Way to Go’ Book chapter in Currie G Stanley J and Stanley J (2007) ‘No Way To Go – Transport and Social Disadvantage in Australian Communities’ Monash University ePress www.epress.monash.edu/nwtg
  15. Currie G and Senbergs Z (2007) ‘Transport Disadvantage and Indigenous Australians’ Book chapter in Currie G Stanley J and Stanley J (2007) ‘No Way To Go – Transport and Social Disadvantage in Australian Communities’ Monash University ePress www.epress.monash.edu/nwtg
  16. Currie G and Allen J (2007) ‘Transport Disadvantage and Australians with Disabilities’ Book chapter in Currie G Stanley J and Stanley J (2007) ‘No Way To Go – Transport and Social Disadvantage in Australian Communities’ Monash University ePress www.epress.monash.edu/nwtg
  17. Stanley J, Stanley J, and Currie G (2007) ‘Introduction’ Book Chapter in ‘No Way To Go – Transport and Social Disadvantage in Australian Communities’ Proposal for a book to Monash University ePress www.epress.monash.edu/nwtg
  18. Stanley J, Currie G and Stanley J, (2007) ‘The Way to Go ’ Book Chapter in ‘No Way To Go – Transport and Social Disadvantage in Australian Communities’ Proposal for a book to Monash University ePress www.epress.monash.edu/nwtg
  19. Currie G (2004) ‘Planning and Design for On Road Public Transport’ in ‘Traffic Engineering and Management’ Institute of Transport Studies, Monash University ISBM No. 0 7326 1612 3
  20. Currie G , Sarvi, M. and Young B. (2004) “ A New Methodology for Allocating Road Space for Public Transport Priority”. In: Brebbia, C.A. & Wadhwa, L.C. (Ed.) Urban Transport X Urban transport and the environment in the 21st century, WITpress, Germany, 375-388.

In Press

  1. Currie G (In Press) ‘Deregulation, Franchising, Outsourcing and Corporatisation in Local Public Transit – International Experience’ in “The Transit Reform Imperative: Markets, Privatization, and the Future of Public Transit in America.” Sam Staley and Jeff Brown (Editors) Lexington Books USA
  2. Currie, G. and Delbosc, A. (in press) ‘Transport and the Older Australian – Freedom, Challenges and Opportunities’ in Oxley, J. (Ed.) ‘Ageing in Australia: challenges and opportunities’
  3. Currie G (In Press) ‘Managing On-Road Public Transport in Traffic’ in Bliemer M Mulley C and Moutou C Handbook on Transport and Urban Planning in the Developed World, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd UK

Journal Articles

Published

  1. Rahaman M Currie G Muir C (2016) Development and Application of a Scale to Measure Station Design Quality for Personal Safety’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2540 pp 1-12
  2. Currie G and Reynolds J (2016) ‘Evaluating Pay-on-Entry Versus Proof-of Payment Ticketing in Light Rail Transit’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2540 pp 39-45
  3. Naznin F Currie G Sarvi M and Logan D (In Press) ‘Exploring the Road Safety Impact of Tram/Streetcar Lane and Signal Priority Measures: An Empirical Bayes Before-After Study’ TRAFFIC INJURY AND PREVENTION Traffic Injury Prevention , 17 ( 1 ) pp. 91 – 97
  4. Truong L Sarvi M and Currie G (2015) ‘Exploring Multiplier Effects Generated by Bus Lane Combinations’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2533 pp 68-77
  5. De Gruyter C Rose G and Currie G (2015) ‘Evaluating the Effectiveness of Travel Plans at New Residential Developments’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD 2537: 126-136
  6. Currie G Delbosc A (2015) Variation in Perceptions of Urban Public Transport Performance Between International Cities Using Spiral Plot Analysis’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2538 on pages 54-64
  7. Pender, B., Currie, G., Shiwakoti, N. and Delbosc, A. (2015) ‘Exploring the Economic Viability of Bus Bridging Reserves to Improve Unplanned Passenger Rail Disruption Response’ Transportation Research Record. 2537: 13-22
  8. Delbosc A and Currie G (2015) ‘Does Information and Communication Technology Complement or Replace Social Travel Among Young Adults?’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2531 on pages 76-82
  9. Mesbah, M., Luy, M., Currie, G. 2014 Investigating the lagged effect of weather parameters on travel time reliability WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment , 191 pp. 795 – 801
  10. Jones, A.,Woolley, J., Currie, G. (2015). The London Summer Olympic Games: Threat of Disruption and Business Reaction. EVENT MANAGEMENT,19(2), pp 187-210. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.3727/152599515X14297053839610
  11. Currie, G Jones, A and Woolley J (2015)   ‘Travel Demand Management and the ‘Big Scare’ – Impacts and Lessons on Travel in London during the 2012 Olympic Games’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Volume 2469 / Demand Management, Parking, Taxis, and Accessible Transportation and Mobility pp 11-22
  12. Mesbah, M., Lin, J., Currie, G. (2015) “Weather” transit is reliable? Using AVL data to explore tram performance in Melbourne, Australia, Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering (English Edition) (2015), doi: 10.1016/j.jtte.2015.03.001
  13. De Gruyter C, Rose G and Currie (2015) ‘Enhancing the impact of travel plans for new residential developments: Insights from implementation theory’ TRANSPORT POLICY 40 (2015) pp24–35
  14. Kamruzzamana M, Yigitcanlar T, Washington S, Currie G and Turrell G (2014) Australian baby boomers switched to more environment friendly modes of transport during the global financial crisis ‘ INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (2014) Vol 11 Issue 8 pp2133–2144
  15. Delbosc A and Currie (2014) ‘Impact of Attitudes and Life Stage on Decline in Rates of Driver’s License Acquisition by Young People in Melbourne, Australia ‘ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Vol 2452 pp 62-70
  16. Ricciardi, A Xia C, Currie G (2015) ‘Exploring Public Transport Equity between Separate Disadvantaged Cohorts: A Case Study in Perth, Australia’ JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY Volume 43, February 2015, Pages 111-122
  17. Currie G, Burke M and Delbosc A (2014) ‘Performance of Australian Light Rail and Comparison with U.S. Trends’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Vol 2419 Transit 2014 Vol 5 pp 11-22
  18. Pender, B Currie G Delbosc A and Shiwakoti N (2014) ‘An International Study of Current and Potential Social Media Applications in Unplanned Passenger Rail Disruptions’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Volume 2419, Volume 2419 / Transit 2014, Vol. 5 pp 118-127
  19. Schmitt, L Currie G and Delbosc A (2015) ‘Lost in Transit? Unfamiliar public transport travel explored using a journey planner web survey’ TRANSPORTATION Vol 42 No 1 Jan 2015 pp101-122
  20. De Gruyter C, Rose G and Currie (2014) ‘Methodology for Evaluating the Quality of Travel Plans for New Developments’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD 2417 pp 46-57
  21. Wang Y, Guo J, Currie G, Ceder A, Dong W and Pender B (2014) ‘Bus Bridging Disruption in Rail Services with Frustrated and Impatient Passengers’ IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS Vol 15 No 5 Oct 2014
  22. Currie G and Delbosc A (2014) ‘Assessing Bus Rapid Transit System Performance in Australasia’ RESEARCH IN TRANSPORTATION ECONOMICS Volume 48, December 2014, Pages 142–151
  23. Schmitt L Harris S and Currie G (2014) ‘Adapting an Online Transit Journey Planner into a Low-Cost Travel Survey Tool’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Volume 2405 / Travel Survey Methods pp8-15
  24. Goh K, Currie G, Sarvi M and Logan D (2014) ‘Experimental Micro-Simulation Modelling of Road Safety Impacts of Bus Priority’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, Volume 2402 / Truck and Bus Safety; Roundabouts 2014, pp 9-14
  25. Pender B Currie G Delbosc A Shiwakoti N (2014) ‘Social Media Use during Unplanned Passenger Rail Disruptions: A Review of Literature’ TRANSPORT REVIEWS Vol 34 No 4 pp501-521
  26. De Gruyter C, Rose G and Currie G (2014) ‘Securing travel plans through the planning approvals process: A case study of practice from Victoria, Australia’ CITIES Vol 41 (2014) pp114-122
  27. Delbosc A and Currie G (2014) Changing demographics and young adult driver license decline in Melbourne, Australia (1994-2009) ‘ TRANSPORTATION Volume 41, Issue 3, pp 529-542
  28. Goh K, Currie G, Sarvi M and Logan D (2013) ‘Road Safety Benefits from Bus Priority? – An Empirical Study’   TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, No. 2352, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington,D.C., 2013, pp. 41–49
  29. Wang Y, Guo J, Ceder A, Currie G, Dong W and Yuan H (In Press) ‘Waiting for Public Transport Services: Queue Analysis with Balking and Reneging Behaviors of Impatient Passengers’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART B Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, Volume 63, May 2014, Pages 53-76
  30. Kamruzzaman M, Hine J, Currie G, Wood L, Giles-Corti B, Turrell G (2014) An Empirical Study of Patterns of Social Capital associated with Transit Oriented Development in Brisbane, Australia JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY Volume 35, February 2014, Pages 144-155
  31. Goh, K, Currie, G, Sarvi M and Logan, D (2014) ‘Bus Accident Analysis of Routes With/Without Bus Priority’ ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION Volume 65, April 2014, Pages 18-27
  32. Delbosc A and Currie G (2014) ‘Using discussion forums to explore attitudes toward cars and licensing among young Australians’ TRANSPORT POLICY Volume 31, January 2014, Pages 27-34
  33. Pender, B, Currie G Delbosc A and Shiwakoti N (2014) ‘Improving Bus Bridging Responses via Satellite Bus Reserve Locations’ JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY Volume 34, January 2014, Pages 202-210
  34. Goh, K, Currie, G, Sarvi M and Logan, D (2014) ‘Factors Affecting the Probability of Bus Drivers Being At-Fault In Bus-Involved Accidents’   ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION Volume 66, May 2014, Pages 20-26
  35. Schmitt, L Currie G and Delbosc A (2013) “Measuring the impact of unfamiliar transit travel using a university access survey” TRANSPORT POLICY Vol 30 pp 301–307
  36. Pender B, Currie G, Delbosc A and Shiwakoti N (2013) ‘Disruption Recovery in Passenger Railways -International Survey’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Journal of the Transportation Research Board Volume 2353 / Transit 2013, Vol. 4 pp22-32 (Impact Factor 0.471)
  37. Currie G, Delbosc A, Harrison S and Sarvi M (2013) ‘Crowding Impact on Streetcar Dwell Time’   TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Journal of the Transportation Research Board Volume 2353 / Transit 2013, Vol. 4 pp 100-106 (Impact Factor 0.471)
  38. Delbosc A and Currie G (2013) ‘Causes of youth licensing decline: a synthesis of evidence’ TRANSPORT REVIEWS Vol. 33, No. 3, 271–290
  39. Currie G and Delbosc A (2013) ‘Exploring Comparative Ridership Drivers of Bus Rapid Transit and Light Rail Transit Routes’ JOURNAL OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Journal of Public Transportation, Vol. 16, No. 2, 2013 pp47-65
  40. Currie G, Delbosc A Mahmoud S (2013) ‘Factors affecting personal safety concerns of young people on PT’ JOURNAL OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Volume 16, No 1, 2013 pp 1-19
  41. Hamer P, Currie G and Young W (2012) ‘Equity Implications of Parking Taxes’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Journal of the Transportation Research Board Issue 2319, 1 December 2012, Pages 21-29
  42. Currie G and Sarvi M (2012) ‘A New Model for the Secondary Benefits of Transit Priority’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2276, Journal of the Transportation Research Board pp 63–71
  43. Currie G, Delbosc A and Forbes P (2012) ‘World Transit Research – Trends in Need. Supply and Use’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Journal of the Transportation Research Board No. 2276, pp. 1–8
  44. Delbosc, A. and Currie, G. (2012) ‘Modelling the drivers and impacts of personal safety perceptions on public transport ridership’, TRANSPORT POLICY, Volume 24, November 2012 pp. 302-309 (IF 1.719, )
  45. Delbosc A and Currie, G. (2012) ‘Choice and disadvantage in low-car ownership households’, TRANSPORT POLICY 23 8–14 (IF 1.719, 2011 )
  46. Lucas K and Currie, G. (2012) ‘Developing socially inclusive transportation policy– transferring the United Kingdom policy approach to the State of Victoria?” TRANSPORTATION Volume 39 No 1 pp 151-173 (IF 1.512, )
  47. Currie, G, Delbosc A and Reynolds J (2012) ‘Modelling Dwell Time on Melbourne and Toronto Streetcars’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2275, pp. 22–29. (IF 0.298)
  48. Pender B, Currie, G. Delbosc A and Wang Y (2012) ‘Pro-Active Rail Disruption Recovery Using Track Crossover Provision and Bus Bridging’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Volume 2275 / 2012 Transit 2012, Vol. 2 PP 68-76 (IF 0.298, )
  49. Mesbah M Currie, G. Lennon C and Northcott T (2012) ‘Spatial and Temporal Visualization of Transit Operations Performance Data at a Network Level’ JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY 25 (2012) 15–26 (IF 2.538, 2011, ERA B, 2010)
  50. Mazloumi, E., Mesbah, M., Ceder, A., Moridpour, S., and Currie, G. (2012) ” Efficient Transit Schedule Design of Timing Points: A Comparison of Ant Colony and Genetic Algorithms”, Transportation Research Part B Methodological, Volume 46, Issue 1, January 2012, Pages 217-234 (IF 2.091, ERA- A, 2 citation)
  51. Currie, G. and Shalaby A (2012) ‘A Synthesis of Transport Planning Approaches for the Worlds Largest Events’ TRANSPORT REVIEWS Volume 32, No. 1, 1 January 2012 , pp. 113-136(24) (IF 1.030, )
  52. Mazloumi E, Moridpour S, Currie, G., Rose G (2012) ‘Exploring the Value of Traffic Flow Data in Bus Travel Time Prediction’ ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering — April 1, 2012 Volume 138, Issue 4 pp. 436-446 (IF 0.46, ERA- B)
  53. Delbosc A and Currie, G. (2011) ‘Transport Problems That Matter – Social and Psychological Links to Transport Disadvantage’ JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY Volume 19, Issue 1, January 2011, Pages 170-178 (IF 1.421)
  54. Currie, G. and Delbosc (2011) ‘Assessing Travel Demand Management for the Summer Olympic Games’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2245 pp 36-48   (IF 0.298, )
  55. Currie, G. and Mesbah M (2011) ‘Visualization of Geographical Information System and Automatic Vehicle Location Data to Explore Transit Performance’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2216, pp. 59–66. (IF 0.562, ERA- A, 1 citation)
  56. Mazloumi E, Rose G, Currie, G. and Moridpour S (2011) ‘Prediction intervals to account for uncertainties in neural network predictions: Methodology and application in bus travel time prediction’ ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 24 (2011) 534–542 (IF 1.344)
  57. Mazloumi, E., Rose G., Currie, G., Sarvi M. (2011), “An Integrated Framework to Predict Bus Travel Time and its Variability Using Traffic Flow Data”, JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS, Volume 15, Issue 2, 2011, Pages 75 – 90. (IF 1.444)
  58. Currie, G. and Delbosc A (2011) ‘Understanding bus rapid transit route ridership drivers: An empirical study of Australian BRT systems’   TRANSPORT POLICY Volume 18, Issue 5, September 2011, Pages 755-764 (IF 1.02)
  59. Mesbah M, Sarvi M, and Currie, G. (2011) ‘Optimization of Transit Priority in the Transportation Network Using a Genetic Algorithm’ IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS 12 (3) pp 908-919 . (IF 2.234)
  60. Delbosc A and Currie, G. (2011) ‘Using Lorenz Curves to Assess Public Transport Equity’ JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY Volume 19, Issue 6, November 2011, Pages 1252-1259 (IF 1.421)
  61. Delbosc A AND Currie, G. (2011) ‘The spatial context of transport disadvantage, social exclusion and well-being’ JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY 19 (2011) pp1130-1137 (IF 1.421)
  62. Currie, G. and Reynolds J (2011) ‘Managing Trams and Traffic at Intersections with Hook Turns – Safety and Operational Impacts’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No 2219 No 4 pp 10-19 (IF 0.298)
  63. Currie, G., Tivendale K and Scott R (2011) ‘Analysis and Mitigation of Safety Issues at Kerbside Tram Stops’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No 2219 No 4 pp 20-29 (IF 0.298)
  64. Delbosc A and Currie, G. (2011) ‘Exploring the relative influences of transport disadvantage and social exclusion on well-being’ TRANSPORT POLICY Transport Policy, 18: 204-210. (IF 1.024)
  65. Gwee E Currie, G. and Stanley J (2011) ‘International Variation in Cost-Benefit Analysis of Urban Rail Projects – Impact on Project Outcomes’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, No. 2261, pp. 73–85. (IF 0.298)
  66. Currie, G. and Delbosc A (2011) ‘Exploring The Trip Chaining Behaviour of Public Transport Users in Melbourne’ TRANSPORT POLICY, 18 (1): 204-210; JAN 2011 (IF 1.024)
  67. Stanley J , Hensher DA, StanleyJ, Currie, G., Greene WH, Vella-Broderick D (2011) ‘Social Exclusion and the Value of Mobility’ JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT ECONOMICS AND POLICY, Vol 45, No 2, May 2011 , pp. 197-222(26) (IF 0.795)
  68. Johnson V Currie, G. Stanley J (2011) “Exploring Transport to Arts and Cultural Activities as a Facilitator of Social Inclusion”   TRANSPORT POLICY, 18 (1): 68-75; Jan 2011(IF 1.024)
  69. Mesbah M Sarvi M Ouveysi I and Currie, G. (2011) ‘Optimization of transit priority in the transportation network using a decomposition methodology’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART C Volume 19, Issue 2, April 2011, Pages 363-373 (IF 1.706)
  70. Currie, G. Ahern A and Delbosc A (2011) ‘Exploring the Drivers of Light Rail Ridership – An Empirical Route Level Analysis of Selected Australian, North American and European Systems’ TRANSPORTATION Volume 38 No 3 pp545-560 (IF 1.512)
  71. Currie, G. and Delbosc A (2010) ‘Bus Rapid Transit in Australasia: An Update on progress’ BUILT ENVIRONMENT Vol 36 No. 3 pp 328-343
  72. Aftabuzzaman M Currie, G. Sarvi M (2011) ‘Exploring the Underlying Dimensions of Elements Affecting Traffic Congestion Relief Impact of Transit Cities’ CITIES Volume 28, Issue 1, February 2011, Pages 36-44 (IF 1.246, 2009)
  73. Currie, G. Loader C (2010) ‘Bus Network Planning for Transfers and the Network Effect in Melbourne, Australia’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2145, pp. 8–17. (IF 0.298)
  74. Aftabuzzaman Md, Currie, G. and Sarvi M (2010) ‘Modeling the Spatial Impacts of Public Transport on Traffic Congestion Relief in Melbourne, Australia’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, No 2144 pp 1-10. (IF 0.298)
  75. Currie, G. Tivendale K (2010) ‘An Inclusive Planning Process for Citywide Bus Network Restructuring: Experience and Impacts’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2145 pp. 18–29. (IF 0.298)
  76. Stanley, J. Stanley, J. Vella-Brodrick, D. and Currie, G. (2010) ‘The place of transport in facilitating social inclusion via the mediating influence of social capital’ RESEARCH IN TRANSPORTATION ECONOMICS Volume 29, Issue 1, 2010, Pages 280-286 (IF 0.795)
  77. Currie, G. Richardson, T. Smyth, P. Vella-Brodrick, D. Hine, J. Lucas, K. Stanley, J. Morris, J. Kinnear, R. Stanley, J. (2010) ‘Investigating Links Between Transport Disadvantage, Social Exclusion And Well-Being In Melbourne – An Update On Results’ RESEARCH IN TRANSPORT ECONOMICS Volume 29, Issue 1, 2010, Pages 287-295
  78. Currie, G. and Delbosc A (2010) “Modelling the Social and Psychological Impacts of Transport Disadvantage” TRANSPORTATION Vol 37 pp 953–966 (IF 1.512)
  79. Mazloumi E Currie, G. and Rose G (2010) ‘Using GPS Data to Gain Insight into Public Transport Travel Time Variability’ ASCE’s JOURNAL OF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING Volume 136, Issue 7, pp. 623-631 (July 2010) (IF 0.665)
  80. Aftabuzzaman, M Currie, G. and Sarvi M (2010) ‘Evaluating Congestion Relief Impacts of Public Transport in Monetary Terms’ JOURNAL OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Vol. 13 No. 1. pp1-24
  81. Currie, G. (2010) Quantifying spatial gaps in public transport supply based on social needs, JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY 18 (2010) 31–41 (IF 1.421)
  82. Currie, G. (2010) ‘Quick and Effective Solution to Rail Overcrowding Free Early Bird Ticket Experience in Melbourne, Australia’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No 2146 pp 35-42 (IF 0.298)
  83. Currie, G., & Reynolds, J. (2010). Vehicle and Pedestrian Safety at Light Rail Stops in Mixed Traffic. TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, Vol. 2146, pp. 26-34. (IF 0.298)
  84. Mesbah M, Sarvi M, Currie, G., Saffarzadeh M (2010) ‘Policy-Making Tool for Optimization of Transit Priority Lanes in Urban Network’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Vol 2197 / 2010 pp 54-62. (IF 0.298)
  85. Johnson V Currie, G. and Stanley J (2010) ‘Measures of disadvantage: Is car ownership a good indicator? SOCIAL INDICATORS RESEARCH: Volume 97, Number 3, 439-450 (IF 0.835)
  86. Currie, G. Richardson, T. Smyth, P. Vella-Brodrick, D. Hine, J. Lucas, K. Stanley, J. Morris, J. Kinnear, R. Stanley, S, (2009) ‘Investigating links between transport disadvantage, social exclusion and well-being in Melbourne—Preliminary results’ TRANSPORT POLICY, 16 (3): 97-105, Sp. Iss. SI; JUL 2009 (IF 0.795)
  87. Currie, G. (2009) ‘Australian Urban Transport and Social Disadvantage’ Australian Economic Review Special Forum Edition on Urban Transport, THE AUSTRALIAN ECONOMIC REVIEW, vol. 42, no. 2, pp. 201–8 (IF 0.2)
  88. Currie, G. and Delbosc A (2010) ‘Exploring Public Transport Usage Trends in an Ageing Population’ TRANSPORTATION Vol 37 pp 151-164 (IF 1.512, ERA- A, 1 citation)
  89. Currie, G. (2009) ‘Using a Public Education Campaign to Improve Driver Compliance with Streetcar Transit Lanes’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD Vol 2112 / 2009 pp 62-69 (IF 0.298)
  90. Currie, G. and Gook M (2009) ‘Measuring the Performance of Transit Passenger Information Web Sites’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD: No. 2110, pp. 137–148. (IF 0.298)
  91. Currie, G. and Loader C (2009) ‘High Ridership Growth From Extended Transit Service Hours – An Exploration of Causes’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2110 pp. 120–127. (IF 0.298)
  92. Currie, G. and J. Rose (2008) ‘Growing Patronage – Challenges And What Has Been Found To Work ‘ RESEARCH IN TRANSPORTATION ECONOMICS 22 (2008) 5–11
  93. Currie, G. and Hensher D (2008) ‘Growing patronage, challenges and what has been found to work – an introduction’ Journal of Transport Geography, Special Edition on the 10th International Conference on Competition and Ownership in the Passenger Transport Industry (Thredbo 10) JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY 16 (2008) 406–407 (IF 1.271)
  94. Currie, G. and Wallis, I. (2008) , Effective ways to grow urban bus markets – a synthesis of evidence, JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT GEOGRAPHY 16 (2008) 419–429 (IF 1.271)
  95. Currie, G. and Lai H (2008) ‘Intermittent and Dynamic Transit Lanes: The Melbourne Experience’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD. No. 2072, pp. 49–56. (IF 0.259)
  96. Currie, G. and Phung J (2008) ‘Understanding Links Between Transit Ridership and Gasoline Prices Evidence from the United States and Australia’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD, No. 2063, pp. 133–142 (IF 0.259)
  97. Currie, G. and Shalaby A (2008) ‘Active Signal Priority for Streetcars: Experience in Melbourne and Toronto’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD: No. 2042, pp. 41–49. (IF 0.259)
  98. Csikos D and Currie, G. (2008) ‘Investigating Consistency in Transit Passenger Arrivals – Insights from Logitudinal AFC Data’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 2042, pp. 12–19. (IF 0.259)
  99. Mesbah M, Sarvi M and Currie, G. (2008) ‘A New methodology for Optimization of Transit Priority in a Transport Network’   TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No 2089 pp 93-100. (IF 0.259)
  100. Currie, G. and Stanley J (2008) ‘Investigating Links Between Social Capital and Public Transport’ TRANSPORT REVIEWS Vol 28 No 4 July 2008 pp529-547 (IF 0.819)
  101. Currie, G. Sarvi M Young W (2007) ‘Balanced Road Space Allocation: A Comprehensive Approach’ JOURNAL OF THE INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERS (July 2007) Vol 77 no 7 pp75-83
  102. Currie, G. and Phung J (2007) ‘Transit Ridership, Auto Gas Prices and World Events – New Drivers of Change?’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD. Vol 1992 / 2007 pp 3-10 (IF 0.206, , 7 citations)
  103. Currie, G. Sarvi M Young W (2007) ‘A New Approach to Evaluating On-Road Public Transport Priority Projects: Balancing the Demand for Limited Road Space” TRANSPORTATION Volume 34, Number 4 / July, 2007 pp413-428 (IF 0.206)
  104. Currie, G. and Shalaby A (2007) ‘Success and Challenges in Modernising Streetcar Systems – Experience in Melbourne and Toronto’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No 2006 pp 31-39 2007 pp31-39 (IF 0.206)
  105. Currie, G. Smith P (2006) ‘Innovative Design for Safe and Accessible Light Rail or Tram Stops Suitable for Streetcar-Style Conditions’ TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD No. 1955 pp. 37-46 (IF 0.206)
  106. Currie, G. (2006) ‘BRT in Australasia: Performance, Lessons Learned and Futures’ JOURNAL OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Volume 9, No. 3, 2006 pp1-22 Special Edition: Bus Rapid Transit
  107. Currie, G. (2006) ‘Bus Transit Oriented Development – Strengths and Challenges Relative to Rail’   JOURNAL OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION, Volume 9, No. 4, 2006 pp1-21
  108. Currie, G. (2005) “The Demand Performance of Bus Rapid Transit” JOURNAL OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION pp 41-55, Volume 8 No.1 2005
  109. Currie, G., Sarvi, M and Young, W (2004) ‘A new methodology for allocating road space for public transport priority ‘ ADVANCES IN TRANSPORT Vol 16, 2004 pp375-388
  110. Currie, G. (2004) “Gap Analysis of Public Transport Needs – Measuring Spatial Distribution Of Public Transport Needs And Identifying Gaps In The Quality Of Public Transport Provision” TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECORD 1895 pp 137-146, (IF 0.072)