Participate in QUT’s Cycling Safety Survey

The Amy Gillett Foundation is excited to announce a collaboration with Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

The research team is conducting a national survey to better understand how people choose what to wear when cycling, and the things they do to be more visible on the roads during low light conditions (dawn, dusk or at night).

Questions in the survey have been formulated to give the team further information on the best ways to increase visibility for cyclists and therefore create a safer cycling enviornment.

There are a variety of questions styled in likert scale agreement, frequency responses and open-ended questions to allow you to have your say in your own words!

Questions include:

What type of clothing do you wear when cycling under low light conditions (dawn/dusk/night-time)?

How do you choose the clothing you buy?

There are 4 x $25 vouchers to be won and you have the option to leave your first name and email address at the completion of the survey.

Prizes will be drawn at the end of this year and you will be notified by email if you win.

The survey takes less than 10 minutes and it has been approved by the QUT Human Research Ethics Committee (approval number 1900000061).

If you are interested in helping us and QUT make cycling safer at night, you can complete the survey here.

Article by AGF Media


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