Education Services

RoadCulture has a proven capability to organise material, analyse data, engage with stakeholders and deliver conclusions. RoadCulture can implement courses for your organisation’s staff and students, or prepare research reports for your traffic and road safety improvement projects.

  • Develop and deliver traffic and road safety courses and programs.
  • Investigate and respond to organisational traffic concerns eg. campus access arrangements.
  • Prepare research reports eg. evaluate traffic improvement projects, identify international trends.



Communications, Education and Research

Education Workshops

In 2013, RoadCulture sponsored student transport and project management for Bundaberg’s first Power of Engineering girl’s event. The event committee assembled 70 Grade 9 and 10 high school girls from the Bundaberg and North Burnett Regions at a free one day forum. Students and their teachers heard from guest speakers then undertook workshop activities and site visits, experiencing engineering in action at local companies.

Together with Regional Committee Members of Engineers Australia, Samantha Green initiated a technology assisted regional engineering forum 2013 Bundaberg Transport Panel. The forum was delivered conveniently to 36 regional members in Australian Engineering Week. Hosted at Bundaberg, one speaker provided local insight whilst two more speakers contributed expertise in transport modelling and networks. CQ University technology provided interaction between speakers and attendees, who were located at the Melbourne, Bundaberg, Gladstone and Rockhampton Campuses.

Education Workshops

Together with consulting firm Insite SJC, RoadCulture hosted an event to celebrate and promote 2013 National Ride2Work Day. Forty people and riders attended a breakfast and bicycle display sponsored by local suppliers.

  • We would like to thank the organisations that helped put the day together to help encourage young ladies like us to do a career in engineering

    Students Bundaberg North State High School
  • Sam, I’ve worked for Main Roads, basically 27 years, and your presentation was the most entertaining and informative I’ve ever seen.

    Program Support Officer Attendee at Achieving Ambitious
    Road Safety Targets
  • The speeches provided great insight on what it is like to be an engineer, and we all learned something new from this engineering experience.

    Emily Kurtz, Casey Williamson, Rachel Hill and Sophie Cross Power of Engineering Event
Samantha Green

Samantha Green established RoadCulture in 2010 following successful road safety improvement projects during local and state government employment in Tasmania and Queensland.  With the business now located in New South Wales, Samantha has cultivated a varied client base of private entities and public organisations.

Completing a Master’s Degree in Engineering Science in 2006, Samantha’s formative years included Austroads selection (Queensland representation) at an international study tour.  Supporting Engineers Australia’s delivery of three Central Queensland Conferences, she has been President of the Burnett Local Group, and assisted placement of Engineering Heritage Marker Bundaberg Waterworks 1902.

Passionate about safety and inclusiveness in shared road spaces, Samantha’s voluntary work has included parking support for Gloucester Preschool’s expansion, Traffic Engineering course delivery at U3A, and development of River to River Pathway community group.  Holding a Certificate IV in Small Business Management, Samantha’s commitment to lifelong learning continues with expected completion of a Bachelor Training and Development in 2020.