Lachlan Fox is a Graduate Associate at Grattan Institute. In the Transport and Cities Program, he co-authored a report into how Australian governments can reduce transport infrastructure costs.
He has held management and teaching roles in science communication organisations, and retains a deep interest in the intersection between science and evidence-based policy in water and energy policy.
Lachie holds a Bachelor of Science Advanced (Honours) degree in chemistry and materials science from Monash University.
Taxpayers lose out when governments rush transport projects
We should demand that governments plan, prepare, and justify major infrastructure projects before a shovel even hits the dirt.