A few resources for information on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the transport sector in Australia.
Articles, and R&D reports: innovation in personal mobility, public transport, electric cars, ride sharing, journey planning, fare/toll payment, MaaS…
This week Sydney commuters can see public transport options for their journey shown in the Uber app.
City roads & footpaths are under stress. With increasing numbers of pedestrians & traffic, & new modes of transport added to the system, changes are needed.
Phase 2 of the BusBot driverless shuttle trial is taking place in the Marian Grove Retirement Village in Toormina, on the NSW Mid North Coast.
The RAC and PATREC have used data from SmartRider cards to visually display a typical day on Perth’s public transport network.
The Royal Automobile Club of Western Australia has broadened its public trial of the Intellibus driverless bus to regional WA, with a 7-week trial beginning today in Busselton.
The transcript of The Hon. Melissa Horne’s opening address about Victoria’s public transport system, given at iMOVE’s Transport of Tomorrow Symposium.
iMOVE asked News Corp’s National Technology Editor, Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson about her thoughts after her first ride on a Lime e-scooter.
Two researchers from the Cities Research Institute have written something of a report card on Brisbane’s trial of Lime’s share electric scooters.
What requirements and ideas drove the design and build of Perth’s newest, biggest sports venue, Optus Stadium? Main Roads WA’s Mark Beasley tells the story.
Sydney train passengers can now pay for fares using credit cards, smartphones, smart watches, wearables, and other electronic devices.
Research work that underpins one of iMOVE’s projects has been awarded the Australasian Transport Research Forum’s prestigious John H. Taplin Prize.
Jaguar Land Rover has been working for four years on a sound for its electric vehicles to convey motion, direction change, and proximity to vulnerable road users.
The iMOVE Vulnerable Road Users Workshop has been held, the first in a series that will spawn projects to help reduce the numbers of dangerous incidents.
The RAC Intellicar is a level 4 autonomous vehicle that Western Australia have a vision of deploying in an on-demand, shared mobility service capacity.
After 12 months total testing, including 6 weeks of trials involving the general public, the autonobus driverless shuttle pilot project has been completed.