Register for our 11 August 2022 webinar, “Hydrogen in transport: Progress and next steps. Speakers from Hyzon, Volvo, and more.
Design of a blueprint for future MaaS initiatives in a rural/regional setting, drawing on an iMOVE trial, international evidence, and new data.
This PhD project will, at its conclusion, demonstrate how the roles and responsibilities of different stakeholders impact building a collaborative MaaS environment.
iMOVE’s most-read articles of 2021, counted down from 10 to number 1.
The iMOVE project Australia’s Public Transport Disability Standards and CAVs project has been completed, and final reports are available for download.
This PhD project will focus on smart adoption of MaaS with the purpose of providing vulnerable travellers with equitable mobility services.
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.
Our MaaS trial in Sydney project, running for 2 years, has concluded, and a final report on the project has been released. That report is downloadable here.
After running for two years we present here some of our findings from the Sydney Mobility as a Service (MaaS) trial project.
iMOVE’s most-read articles of 2020, counted down from 10 to number 1.
A downloadable new paper from Professor David Hensher, along with information on two new book he has written, on MaaS and on bus transport demand.
A new paper by Professors Hensher and Mulley, with a focus on whether in these times MaaS has the potential to scale up, or stall as a niche product.
Watch, and read, the answers to all of the questions from our recent webinar, Mobility as a Service: Progress and new insights from an Australian trial.
Kim Thomas, Managing Director at Integrate, has provided her thoughts on the many ways the pandemic will affect transport, on both a human and system level.
An interview with Luisiana Paganelli Silva, Urban Planner and Architect, and currently undertaking a PhD at the Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University.
Ali Soltani is a professor of urban planning currently working at UniSA Creative. iMOVE asked Ali his thoughts on transport and the pandemic.