Matthew Burke is an Associate Professor in the Cities Research Institute at Griffith University.
Having previously worked in transport and land use planning at all three tiers of government, Matthew’s research is presently focused on issues of travel behavior, transport accessibility, freight systems, urban environments and the relationships between active transport, physical activity and health. Matthew’s recent research projects involve understanding children’s travel and outdoor play, exploring improved urban structures for Australian cities, and evaluating innovative transport investments.
Associate professor, Cities Research Centre, Griffith University
Senior Research Fellow, Urban Research Program, Griffith University
Research Fellow, Urban Research Program, Griffith University
Senior Project Officer/Senior Advisor (Policy), Queensland Transport
University of Queensland, PhD (Planning)
University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Planning and Design (Planning) (Hons)
Transport Planning (120506)
Urban And Regional Studies (Excl. Planning) (160404)