USC Road Safety Research Collaboration

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USC Road Safety Research Collaboration

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Our team of researchers are dedicated to making our roads safe.

The USC Road Safety Research Collaboration was established as a strategic collaboration between the Queensland Government, the Motor Accident Insurance Commission and USC in September 2018 to undertake research that will positively impact the lives and safety of Queenslanders.

Road deaths and serious injuries have devastating social consequences, resulting in an estimated A$27 billion annual cost to the Australian economy. Our applied research aims to reduce the personal, social and economic burdens associated with road crashes in Queensland.

How do we reduce road deaths and serious injuries?

Our road safety research will influence government policy, focusing on intervention and education, ways to target illegal behaviour, high risk groups, and activities in the areas of:

Female at risk driving

Female at risk driving

Enforcement

Enforcement

Policing

Policing

Deterrence

Deterrence

Rule compliance

Rule compliance

Strategic development

Contact us

Professor Jeremy Davey
Tel: 0419 730 624
Email: jdavey4@usc.edu.au
Office: Room 1.29, Thompson Institute 

Associate Professor James Freeman
Tel: +61 7 5430 5389
Email: jfreema1@usc.edu.au
Office: Room 1.37, Thompson Institute 

Associate Professor Kerry Armstrong
Email: karmstro@usc.edu.au
Office: Room 1.41, Thompson Institute 

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