Elizabeth is Head of Research at the RAC Foundation, an independent charity in the UK, established to promote for the public benefit research into environmental, economic, mobility and safety issues relating to the use of motor vehicles. Elizabeth is responsible for commissioning a large programme of research addressing taxation, mobility, safety, environmental and road performance issues. She has spoken both nationally and internationally about UK transport policy, and has also presented RAC Foundation views to UK Government and Parliament on a range of subjects including school travel, learning to drive, young driver safety, older people’s mobility, traffic signage, road network performance, road safety compliance and future transport policy. She sits on a wide variety of UK Government and Industry expert panels and steering groups and is actively involved in current UK developments within young driver research and policy development. A transport planner by training, Elizabeth has an MA in Geography from Trinity College Cambridge and an MSc in Transport Planning from Oxford Brookes University. Elizabeth is currently undertaking a PhD with the Driving Research Group at Cranfield University, where she is researching a systems approach to developing effective parental interventions during the pre- and post-driving licensing stages.
RAC Foundation
MA Geography

MSc Transport Planning

Member of the Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation (MCIHT)

89-91 Pall Mall

London SW1Y 5HS

Tel: + 4420 7747 3489

Email: elizabeth.box@racfoundation.org