The Amy Gillett Foundation (AGF) is the Australian national cycling safety organisation with a mission to reduce the incidence of serious injury and death of bicycle riders. We draw on evidence and international best practice, and collaborate with governments, business and the community to create a safer environment for cyclists, while maintaining an efficient road network for all road users.
AGF + Cycle Aware
This project is directly relevant to the activities of the AGF. Indeed, one of the Foundation’s strategic objectives as outlined in the AGF Manifesto is to ensure that all road users are trained and educated to maximise safe interactions on the road. We agree that focusing on the next generation of drivers is fundamental to creating a safer road network for everyone. Findings from this study will directly help the AGF to identify what interventions work to improve bike rider safety. Our ability to collaborate with government, other organisations and individuals to take action and develop evidence-based policies is vital to achieving our mission of safe cycling in Australia.
AGF’s Representative on the Project Team
Phoebe Dunn is the Chief Executive Officer of the AGF. Prior to joining the AGF in October 2015, Phoebe held leadership and senior management roles with the Commonwealth and Victorian governments and was a senior lawyer with leading international law firm Ashurst (formerly Blake Dawson).