iMOVE projects 21 to 30: what are they, who’s doing them?
First there was iMOVE’s first 10 projects: who’s doing what, and where, then iMOVE projects 11 to 20: what, who, where? – iMOVE now has 30 projects on the go, and here are projects number 21 through to 30.
Click on any of the 10 projects listed below, find out more about the projects and the scope, and which of our partners are involved in each project.
If you’d like to see a full list of all iMOVE projects up and running, visit the List of iMOVE Projects page.
There’s a few more on the way soon, and we look forward to giving you their details.
There’s a lot of things going on in the area of MaaS in Australia, some out in the open, some behind the scenes. This project is an exploratory study, of expected outcomes, commercial opportunities, and recommended actions. Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
The purpose of this research is to use the Movement & Place Framework and Safe System approach to develop a series of evidence-based design principles and guidelines for balancing vehicle movement and place-making, to enhance the development of safe and successful places This project is happening in NSW, with research from Swinburne University of Technology. Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
With a view to research and development needs related to the development of autonomous freight capabilities in Australia, this project will take a StoryMaps approach, visualising the range and types of road-rail interactions along road freight routes and the extent to which the capability to run autonomous freight along these routes may be affected by passive level crossings. Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
The purpose of this project is to adapt key existing planning tools, guidelines and frameworks to account for uncertainty of changing trends and emerging technologies. This will enable the Transport Portfolio of Western Australia to better manage transport infrastructure investment risks. Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
This project looks to explore and challenge traditional approaches to transport operations and mobility. How do we move away from the way we do things today and think/act differently? The time horizon for the future transport and mobility environment envisaged is over the next 2-10 years. It’s based in Queensland, lead by the Department of Transport and Main Roads, with research from ARRB. Find out more …FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
In the Sydney CBD, what is the potential for moving freight within urban areas utilising latent capacity on public transport without disrupting passenger service levels? And what might be the role of public transport train station services, with a particular focus on how to move goods through stations? I’m glad you asked, so here, find out more!FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
The aims of the Data Aggregation Pilot Project are to assess the feasibility and utility of aggregating freight consignment event/message data to produce outputs that help inform infrastructure planning and freight policy. Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
This PhD research program looks at how to prepare Queensland for a safe integration of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) into mixed urban traffic environment, by observing and predicting CAVs and other road user interactions. Find out more…FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
I think we’re on safe ground in making the statement that bicycles, cars, and trucks need to get along better. This proof-of-concept project aims to develop a Vehicle to Bicycle (V2B) communication system to reduce collisions and enhance driver awareness of potential conflicts with people riding bicycles. Find out more …FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT
Last but not least, here is our latest project. There’s a strong potential for connectivity and C-ITS technology to improve safety and congestion on Australian roads. But how do we go about bringing all of this tech into play more quickly? This project aims to investigate this very question. Find out moreFIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT