This project will explore the potential of biochar for use as a climate-responsible, high-performance, pavement material.
Overviews, progress reports, and general info for research and development projects carried out by iMOVE and its partners, in the areas of: Intelligent Transport Systems, Freight and Logistics, and Personal and Public Mobility.
This project will report findings on six use cases unique to Australia as pertains to the use of autonomous vehicles on public roads.
How likely will the impacts of COVD-19 influence resulting spatial patterns of employment activity and residential settlement in Australian cities and regions?
This project will explore how potential consumer challenges to achieving Net Zero emissions might be overcome, in particular looking at three key technologies.
This project will identify opportunities to overcome common barriers to transport accessibility and inclusivity via use of new/emerging transport technologies.
Development of a roadmap for the governance of truck movement data, analysing current / future policy and data sharing landscape for truck telematics data.
The final reports for the Cooperative and Highly Automated Driving Safety Study, a trial of a prototype, level 4, highly automated vehicle on Queensland roads.
This research will provide an evidence base and tools for how new residential neighbourhoods can best contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Our smart bike light trial has ended, and the wrap-up article, and the trial’s final report, ‘Light Insight Trial (LiT) Research Report’ is available here.
This project will provide insight to rail infrastructure system owners/operators to support future efforts in designing for resilience and climate change adaptation.
Assessment of battery-electric buses for regional school bus services in WA – where, electricity network capacity, and technical support required.
This project consists of designing and prototyping of a 12-seat electric bus with the flexibility to transport people and parcels more efficiently and sustainably.
A critical review & evaluation of immersive reality using in training & capability development for first responders & multi-agencies in traffic incident management.
Development of a proof-of-concept tool for the prediction of replacement bus needs during unexpected network disruptions.
This will coordinate/assess transport challenges of multi-centre regions via an integrated hybrid Regional Macro-Mesoscopic transport modelling ecosystem.
A wrap-up of our frictionless ticketing project, and the final report, ‘Public transport & frictionless ticketing: Technology opportunities’.