What iMOVE articles did readers most head to over the year of 2022? Our top 10 list for the year is here!
An interview with Ishra Baksh, the Executive Director of the Mobility as a Service Program at the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads.
After a COVID-inflicted delay, the ‘FLEXible use case – enhancing the Tonsley shuttle trial’ project in Adelaide has finally begun.
The purpose of this project is to study the route choice behaviour of pedestrians and their attitudes towards desire lines around public transport interchanges.
Change brings tension and stress, but also opportunities for improvement. And so it is with our new Federal Government and matters of transport.
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.
Register for our webinar ‘Delivering community transport that meets the diverse needs of our growing population’, and improve its service and accessibility.
This PhD project will, at its conclusion, demonstrate how the roles and responsibilities of different stakeholders impact building a collaborative MaaS environment.
This PhD project will analyse archived GTFS data to identify significant inefficient road designs and exemplary designs for optimising performance
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.
This project explores new/emerging technologies offering a true frictionless ticketing experience across multiple modes for disabled public transport customers.