An interview with Luisiana Paganelli Silva, Urban Planner and Architect, and currently undertaking a PhD at the Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University.
News, articles, and R&D reports, on transport infrastructure, Connected and Automated Vehicles, smart cities, multi-modal transport services, & more.
Ali Soltani is a professor of urban planning currently working at UniSA Creative. iMOVE asked Ali his thoughts on transport and the pandemic.
Shannon Daberkow, Washington DC-based transport data specialist at Cubic Transportation Services, gives us her take on transport and the pandemic.
Kirsten McKillop, Manager Automated Vehicles at the NTC talks here about the rapid and significant ways this pandemic has affected our (transport) lives.
Traffic data helps us know exactly what the pandemic is doing to our transport networks, and how we can learn to make them stronger in disruptions.
Bruno Spandonide is a strategic transport planner for the Department of Transport Victoria, working out of Bendigo, our first regional piece in this series.
Liftango’s Kevin Orr looks around at the change the pandemic is forcing up our transport now, and how it might continue to exert an influence in the future.
Garry Liddle AO sits down with iMOVE for some big picture thoughts on transport is coping with the pandemic, and how the future may play out.
Graham McCabe, Director, Transport Advisory at Urbis, is an expert advisor on city transport solutions. We sought his thoughts on transport & the pandemic.
RMIT University’s Nirajan Shiwakoti speaks to the changes the pandemic will bring to public transport, supply chains, & reallocation of space on our roads.
John Wall of Austroads is a transport professional with tertiary qualifications in epidemiology, so has a unique perspective on the effects of the pandemic.
iMOVE has hit the 30 project mark. Find out more about the latest 10 projects, who’s leading them, and where they are taking place.
iMOVE is inviting university partners to share details of PhD students currently already working in the transport area to apply for a top-up scholarships.
This week in ITS Monday: COVID-19 and public transport, DiDi’s Sydney launch, autonomous e-scooters, and an electric car charging station.
Unfortunately, iMOVE has had to cancel its Transport of Tomorrow 2020 conference, due to what is the escalating threat and influence of COVD-19.
This week in ITS Monday: Irrational robocar exuberance, HD maps, Uber back on the driverless road, Waymo’s enhanced sensors, autonomous Mercedes and more.