An interview with Stuart Ballingall, Executive General Manager of TCA, and his long involvement in bringing transport operators and technology together.
Marion Terrill is Transport and Cities Program Director at Melbourne’s Grattan Institute, and a strong advocate of congestion charging.
Leon Daniels OBE had a long, successful career in the bus industry, before taking on the role of Head of Surface Transport at Transport for London.
The role of government in transport has until now been one of supreme authority. But ongoing, it will to have to learn to share with others.
The Australian Academy of Technology & Engineering has released a study examining how Australia should adapt new transport technology between now & 2030.
Alyson O’Rourke has been working in ITS for over 20 years, and recently was a point person organising transport for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Professor John Nelson, from the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, talks to iMOVE about where he thinks smart mobility can take public transport.
Scott White is the Executive Director of the Transport Management Centre, in Sydney. We uncover what he does, how he progressed his career, and more.
Maureen Thurston is Aurecon’s Chief Experience Officer. She talks about her background, and her thoughts on applying design-thinking to transport’s future.
Glynn Barton is Director of Network Management at Transport for London. iMOVE interviews Glynn about what he does day to day, how he got his start & more.
Highlights from The Hon Alan Tudge MP’s 25 February 2019 speech, entitled Cities, congestion and the opportunity of automated vehicles.
Tony Canavan is the Global Government Transport Leader at Ernst & Young. Find out what he does, his thoughts on current & future transport issues & solutions.
Australia and the US state of Michigan connected via an MOU this week, looking to share knowledge and expertise in all things Intelligent Transport Systems.
The new Office of Future Transport Technologies will strengthen Australia’s strategic leadership role in the successful introduction of smart mobility.
Professor David Hensher looks at how new technologies and business models might be best-used to achieve the aim(s) of reducing traffic congestion.
The traditional model of road ownership will be under pressure over the next 15 years. How do we ensure that any changes are equitable and safe?