Download ‘A Smart Transport Technology Roadmap for Perth’, a summary of key challenges in Perth’s transport network and the technologies to address them.
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 PhD project will look at algorithms to estimate the position/intention of pedestrians essential for the safe interaction between CAVs and pedestrians.
Research into customer-focused safe operation of CAVs in various urban environments to improve road user safety & inform NSW of road readiness for CAVs.
Download a copy of our project final report, ‘Exploring balance between movement and place in designing safe and successful places’.
The National Forum on Urban Freight Logistics Education will take place on 17 June, 2022, at QUT and online.
Download the final report on a study carried out by Swinburne University of Technology, looking at road empathy amongst drivers aged between 18 and 25.
The goal of this project is to recommend interventions and projects to turn streets into better public spaces by building on aspirations of the local community.
This research will focus on enhanced depiction of pedestrian and active mode interactions with vehicular traffic across a variety of road infrastructure scenarios.
This PhD research will develop and apply advanced econometric models in estimating injury severity models for active travellers.
This project aims to update and expand the TRavel, Environment and Kids study (TREK) conducted in Perth in 2005.
Over the past few years the kerb – previously a relatively minor concern for city planners and transport engineers – has taken centre stage.
This project will investigate AV/pedestrian interaction and AV/cyclist interaction to help introduce AVs to Australian roads safely and effectively.
The build of standardised analysis methodology to evaluate the safety benefits of C-ITS, guiding transport agencies in regard to supporting its development.
Transport for NSW and Swinburne University of Technology’s interactive survey is gathering feedback our Exploring the Movement and Place Framework project.
The Ipswich Connected Vehicle Pilot sees hundreds of cars fitted with technology to allow them to communicate with each other and with road infrastructure.