This research will provide an evidence base and tools for how new residential neighbourhoods can best contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Recommendations from “FACTS: A Framework for an Australian Clean Transport Strategy”, including a downloadable copy of the final report.
This project will develop accessibility guidelines for Low and Zero Emission Vehicle charging infrastructure, collaborating with industry and people with disability.
This research will model the impact of various policy levers on carbon emissions from road and rail freight, and to identify the economic benefits.
An interview with Dr Emma Whittlesea, Acting Executive Director for the Climate Ready Initiative, about her career, aviation re-imagined, and more.
Register for the first webinar in The Conductor Series: The electrification of transport, from iMOVE, Centre for New Energy Technologies, and RMIT University.
An interview with Tim Camilleri, e-Mobility Solutions Manager at Volvo Australia. His work involves electric, hydrogen, & autonomous trucks for Australian roads.
An interview with Dr Dia Adhikari Smith, e-mobility research fellow at the University of Queensland’s Dow Centre for Sustainable Engineering Innovation.
This project identifies key segments of the heavy vehicle fleet likely to transition to hydrogen fuel technology and provide a roadmap for the NSW government.
Watch the recording of our ‘Hydrogen in transport: Progress and next steps’ webinar. Learn about where Australia is at, and heading, in this new fuel area.
Register for our 11 August 2022 webinar, “Hydrogen in transport: Progress and next steps. Speakers from Hyzon, Volvo, and more.
This project will develop, test, and deliver a data-integrated visualisation and analytics platform for heavy transport emissions, efficiency, and sustainability.
Development of systems of classifying street networks & local terrain & delivery density, where a mix of delivery modes may improve on mono-modal delivery.
Setting out on the 10-year iMOVE journey we understood there was a reasonable chance that that the landscape could shift during the life of the CRC. It has.
An investigation of integrating cycling facilities into urban/suburban environments, addressing the concerns of (potential) cyclists worried about safety.
This project will provide evidence-based guidance to various levels of government for a Low and Zero Emission Transport Strategy for Australia.