This research will extend over a three-year period and develop a strategic digital plan to improve the parking experience in Brisbane.
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.
This project will use the Chatswood CBD as a living laboratory using data to improve visitor experience, with an initial focus on parking.
Interview with Neil Sipe, the recently retired Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Queensland, but still consulting in the area.
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.
iMOVE now has more than 20 projects up and running, or recently completed. Here’s the details on projects 11 to 20. Find out more who’s doing what, & where.
This project looks to consider current parking challenges, & work towards a solution that enables the wider availability & usability of car-share services.
City roads & footpaths are under stress. With increasing numbers of pedestrians & traffic, & new modes of transport added to the system, changes are needed.
Tony Canavan is the Global Government Transport Leader at Ernst & Young. Find out what he does, his thoughts on current & future transport issues & solutions.
In this interview with Dr Dorina Pojani (University of Queensland) we discuss her well-travelled background, and thoughts on transport.
Improvement of Brisbane’s parking management through analysis, prediction, and data sharing.
The Volkswagen Group is testing an autonomous parking service, that will not only make parking easy and convenient, but also see the parked car possibly function as a delivery spot for parcels.
Fifty-two bids have received funding in the first round of the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program, including a number of transport-specific projects.
Follow the week’s news and events from iMOVE at the ITS World Congress 2017, in Montreal.
Mercedes-Benz and Bosch have demonstrated a fully-automated car parking system in Stuttgart, and are hoping to employ it full-time within the next 6 months.