We’re looking for presentations lasting 15 minutes that will stimulate discussion, prompt fresh thinking, and help to shape the agenda for road safety research and practice. For example: new findings and insights with clear implications for how we do things; new ways of thinking about familiar problems; lessons we should learn from other areas of research and practice; innovations in theory, method, practice or technology which open up new possibilities for behaviour change; gaps in our knowledge that aren’t getting enough attention; analysis of collective blindspots, informed provocations, and challenges to the consensus.

    To help us decide how to structure the Symposium, please answer the following questions.
    Ignore the questions that aren’t relevant to your proposed presentation: for example, if your presentation is relevant to all road-users, ignore the first question.