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.
Included this week, private vehicles and Net Zero, working from home, electric and hydrogen trucks, improving active transport, and more.
Download ‘A Smart Transport Technology Roadmap for Perth’, a summary of key challenges in Perth’s transport network and the technologies to address them.
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.
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.
This PhD project explores cycle lane implementation from both a policymaker’s and user’s perspective, and flexible transport solutions for rural users.
This PhD research will develop and apply advanced econometric models in estimating injury severity models for active travellers.
This project aims to update and expand the TRavel, Environment and Kids study (TREK) conducted in Perth in 2005.
Over the past few years the kerb – previously a relatively minor concern for city planners and transport engineers – has taken centre stage.
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.
A project investigating whether smart bike lights will not only enhance visibility, but also provide new insight into road safety issues for cyclists.
This project will investigate AV/pedestrian interaction and AV/cyclist interaction to help introduce AVs to Australian roads safely and effectively.
The Ipswich Connected Vehicle Pilot sees hundreds of cars fitted with technology to allow them to communicate with each other and with road infrastructure.
The technology on iMOVE’s project on the AIMES transport test bed is about to have an AI-enabled video system to make its intersections safer.
An interview with Luisiana Paganelli Silva, Urban Planner and Architect, and currently undertaking a PhD at the Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University.