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.
Progress on the Light Insight Trial, in which smart bike lights provide data from cyclists’ journeys to proving insights into improving safety and informing policy.
This project will provide transport practitioners with clarity regarding the definitions, objectives, design options & limitations of NSW shared space applications.
An investigation of integrating cycling facilities into urban/suburban environments, addressing the concerns of (potential) cyclists worried about safety.
The goal of this project is to recommend interventions and projects to turn streets into better public spaces by building on aspirations of the local community.
The research project will provide evidence of the short to medium-term changes and benefits of the Active Travel Plan, as well as enable longer-term benefits.
This project will provide robust recommendations for suggested initiatives to influence travel behaviours and demand in a university environment.
The ODIN PASS MaaS trial will launch in mid-2021 at University of Queensland St Lucia for staff and students over a 12-month initial deployment period.
Assessment of emerging sustainable urban mobility opportunities for Liverpool NSW, underpinned by the opening of the new Nancy-Bird Walton Airport.
A project investigating whether smart bike lights will not only enhance visibility, but also provide new insight into road safety issues for cyclists.
A 6-month trial of MaaS in Sydney, with participants using an app to pay for and arrange their everyday travel needs.