The hare and the turtle: commuting statistics

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Lailani is responsible for content and strategy at .id, ensuring our clients’ needs are central to our enterprise and that we generously share our knowledge with the broadest audience. As a member of our Board, Lailani works with Ivan and Janet to set the strategic direction for the company. Her current focus is our Placemaker consulting business and she has worked with numerous clients across retail, finance, property, local government, education and not-for-profits to put together the best evidence-base for their spatial decision making. With degrees in Business Studies and Economics, she has worked in business development and marketing roles for IBM and SPSS in the UK, as well as a stint as a ranger in Kakadu National Park. Lailani is an Alexander Technique practitioner, surfer and traveller.

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4 Responses

  1. johnny says:

    I reckon this year’s census will show a large increase in cycle commuting in Melbourne. I think all of the surveys of BV show an upswing. It does of course depend on the weather on census day however!

  2. Glenn Capuano says:

    Census only records up to 3 methods of travel – but today I used four – I drove my car to the service depot (Car as driver), got a lift to the station (Car as passenger), train to the city and tram to a client meeting! Not a great day for bicycle commuting though, weatherwise!

  3. joseph says:

    Bicycle commuting is such a logical choice for modern society. The Segway is the ultimate expression of misguided technology. It is a labour saving device but we are an obese society that needs more exercise, not less. Bicycle commuting provides the exercise we need.

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