Christopher Standen recently completed his PhD in transport planning at The University of Sydney. He is passionate about translating research into pragmatic, real-word policy and practice to make towns and cities more efficient, accessible, healthy, liveable and sustainable.
Areas of expertise include strategic transport planning, geospatial analysis (GIS), active/healthy transport, travel surveys, traffic modelling and forecasting, mobility management, discrete choice analysis and infrastructure assessment.
Teaching experience includes transport policy, quantitative analysis for transport/logistics and geospatial analysis.
Author/co-author of several publications in the transport and health literature. Reviewer for the Journal of Transport and Health, Research in Transportation Economics, and the Australasian Transport Research Forum.