There has been significant effort put into changing behaviour around school zones in the past 10 years. However, that same focus hasn’t been evident on roadwork zones.

A survey has been created to find out people’s opinions about driving in roadwork and school zones. It is important for road safety to understand how your thoughts and opinions might affect driving behaviours and will form part of a Psychology Honours thesis.

Understanding links between people’s thoughts and driving behaviours in roadwork and school zones is likely to help us create a safer road system for everyone. The findings from this survey can open up opportunities for further research in this area.

Anyone who holds a current driver’s licence is welcome to participate in the survey which should take less than 15 minutes to complete.

Take the survey here

For further information contact the research team at:
Patrick Egan (patrick.egan@griffithuni.edu.au) or
Dr Darren Wishart (d.wishart@griffithuni.edu.au)