Volunteers wanted for driving simulator study

You are invited to take part in a research study which is part of the Travel Choice Simulation Laboratory (TRACSLab) and investigates the choices people make before and during travel.

In a world where mobility is very important to our way of living, congestion on roads has continuously disruptively impacted the efficiency and effectiveness of mobility. The purpose of this project is to understand the behaviour of travellers and their responses to information provision, pricing policies, and/or traffic controls for the purposes of developing transport policy measures and informing transport planning to reduce these disruptions.

Qualifying participants will have the opportunity to drive a simulator vehicle in a number of different situations and environments. Participants will need to visit TRACSLab at The University of Sydney 


To participate in this study you must:

  • Hold a driving licence
  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Not suffer from motion sickness, vertigo, vestibular migraines or epilepsy
  • Not suffer from any other medical conditions that impact your ability to drive

How to participate

To learn more about the study, contact the researchers or to register your interest, please visit the study website at https://tracslab.org/rec/ntnu/


Ethics committee approval number: 2015/808