No one should be killed or seriously injured on our roads or streets.
The transport system should support the integration and balanced development of all modes.
We strive to create a significant shift towards walking, cycling and other more sustainable transport modes.
Hafez is passionate about, and experienced with, road safety and sustainable mobility. His vision is an inclusive future where every journey is safe and sustainable.
He has over 20 years of experience in the fields of road safety, injury prevention research, transport planning and sustainable mobility in the public/private sectors and the academia.
Hafez’s expertise is recognised in the areas of:
He was a key contributor in strategising, planning, developing, delivering and evaluating the Victorian Government’s ambitious Towards Zero Strategy and Action Plan. Previously the Director of the Safe System Road Infrastructure Program (SSRIP) for the Transport Accident Commission in Victoria, Australia, Hafez has made significant contributions to transform Victoria’s transport system and infrastructure.
Hafez is an enthusiastic road safety trainer and finds many opportunities to communicate his knowledge with the public and professionals.
He is a regular guest speaker at national and international road and transport safety conferences and has multi-disciplinary communication skills to forge lasting relationships with key stakeholders and the community to drive transformational agendas.
Hafez completed his PhD at the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC), where he researched into road safety and injury prevention with a focus on Vulnerable Road Users (VRU): pedestrian safety in concentrated urban environment.