A propos / Bio
Dr Marianne Vanderschuren has a Bachelor's degree in Transport. She worked as a researcher in the Civil Engineering section at the University of Technology Delft and was a researcher at the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO). She was the project leader of various large national (Dutch) and international (European Union) projects from 1995. In 1999, she obtained her Master degree in System Engineering, Policy Analysis and Management from the Technical University of Delft, and in 2006 her PhD from the University of Twente. She was appointed a Senior Lecturer, with responsibility for developing the teaching of transport studies, in the Department of Civil Engineering at UCT in 2000. She is the African contact person for the Cycling Academia Network. Her current research interests include road safety, non-motorised transport promotion, transport modelling, dynamic traffic management and sustainable evaluation studies.