This study will investigate Australia’s emerging drone sector by summarising the current state of development and lessons learnt from other countries.
Register for our 11 August 2022 webinar, “Hydrogen in transport: Progress and next steps. Speakers from Hyzon, Volvo, and more.
The purpose of this project is to study the route choice behaviour of pedestrians and their attitudes towards desire lines around public transport interchanges.
This research will address key issues regarding perceptions of ADAS and AVs in older adults, the extent to which this tech can improve their safety and mobility.
This project will develop a deeper understanding of the transport workforce implications due to digitalisation and automation in the Australian market.
An investigation of integrating cycling facilities into urban/suburban environments, addressing the concerns of (potential) cyclists worried about safety.
Design of a blueprint for future MaaS initiatives in a rural/regional setting, drawing on an iMOVE trial, international evidence, and new data.
Watch the video recording of our webinar discussing the final report of our ‘Innovative local transport: Community transport of the future’ project.
Download the final report from iMOVE’s ‘Innovative local transport: Community transport of the future’ project.
Literature review/stakeholder interviews to guide the estimation of the extent, spatial distribution, & nature of transport disadvantage in the Greater Perth region.
This research will extend over a three-year period and develop a strategic digital plan to improve the parking experience in Brisbane.
This PhD research will develop and apply advanced econometric models in estimating injury severity models for active travellers.
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.
This project aims to update and expand the TRavel, Environment and Kids study (TREK) conducted in Perth in 2005.
This project explores new/emerging technologies offering a true frictionless ticketing experience across multiple modes for disabled public transport customers.