The RAC WA Intellibus is on a 3-month trial in Geraldton, and bookings are now open for members of the public to take a trip on the driverless shuttle.
Included this week: A new CAV paper, public transport use in AUS and NZ, e-bikes, a walking boost, and more.
From lessons learnt in the FLEX autonomous shuttle trial at the Tonsley Innovation District, this project will deliver new, innovative use cases for FLEX.
Included this week: Congestion charging push, working from home, public transport, the Lidar biz, and more.
A downloadable new paper from Professor David Hensher, along with information on two new book he has written, on MaaS and on bus transport demand.
Included this week: Walkable streets, footpaths vs e-scooters, CBD downsizing, active schoolkids and more.
iMOVE now has 50 projects either on the go or completed. Find out more about the latest 10, who’s leading them, and where they are taking place.
The main talking points, along with video of iMOVE’s ‘Our future transport mobility environment: An integrated approach’ webinar.
Included this week: Signs for automated driving, public transport and COVID, pedestrian-friendly streets, a new bike bridge and more.
Included this week: Sydney pop-ups, cycling fallacies bingo, a 40 km CAV corridor, a public space concept in Thailand, and more.
Interview with Neil Sipe, the recently retired Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Queensland, but still consulting in the area.
Transport for NSW and Swinburne University of Technology’s interactive survey is gathering feedback our Exploring the Movement and Place Framework project.
PhD research, developing a new algorithm for integrated traffic network control, with ramp metering, variable speed limit and arterial intersection control.
Included this week: Changing how we pay for transport, cycling infrastructure and benefits, walkability, MaaS and more.
A new paper by Professors Hensher and Mulley, with a focus on whether in these times MaaS has the potential to scale up, or stall as a niche product.
The Ipswich Connected Vehicle Pilot sees hundreds of cars fitted with technology to allow them to communicate with each other and with road infrastructure.