Personal profile


Laurie Budd works in the Injury Analysis and Data group at the Monash University Accident Research Centre. Her work sits primarily in the field of road safety and includes evaluations and modelling of future benefits.

Research interests


Evaluation of road safety programs such as: intrastructure, jurisdictional speed enforcement startegies and safety cameras

Evaluation of survey data such as: Parental compliance survey about child care restraints 

Profiling road user types from  licensing, registration and crash data bases. e.g. Novice drivers, heavy vehicle drivers, taxi drivers and older drivers

Forecasting and evalutating crash benefits of active and passive safety in Australasian heavy and light vehicles, motorcycles and concessional vehicles

 Producing data for Road Safety fact Sheets- such as CMARC No. 8 and No. 13






Community service

Volunteer tutor of Biostatistics with Peoples University from 2010-2015.


Co-Author of Australasian Road Safety Conference  Peter Vulcan Award for Best Research Paper 2016:
Interim Evaluation of the Victorian Safer Road Infrastructure Program Stage 3 (SRIP3)

Research area keywords

  • Road Safety
  • Road safety countermeasure evaluation
  • Road Safety Statistics
  • Enforcement and Compliance

Collaborations and top research areas from the last five years

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