This project will investigate the systemic issues, opportunities, and barriers for overcoming transport disadvantage and enhancing community transport.
A downloadable final report for our Co-modality: Making use of public transport to carry freight, with partners Transport for NSW and University of Sydney.
This PhD project will develop an end-to-end food shipping quality monitoring and assurance system based on a wide area IoT network architecture.
Assessment of emerging sustainable urban mobility opportunities for Liverpool NSW, underpinned by the opening of the new Nancy-Bird Walton Airport.
A look at resilience as it relates to transport systems in a pandemic situation. This is particularly public transport but also roads and streets.
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.
This PhD research project aims to assist public transport service providers improve quality, operational efficiency, and farebox recovery ratios.
iMOVE’s most-read articles of 2020, counted down from 10 to number 1.
iMOVE MD Ian Christensen’s appearance on The Reboot Show, in a video discussion about various aspects of the future of transport.
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.
The main talking points, along with video of iMOVE’s ‘Our future transport mobility environment: An integrated approach’ webinar.
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.
Colin Lew, Head of Technology at Intelematics, writes about what he sees happening to transport now and in the future in this time of pandemic.
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.
Intelematics’ John Cardoso’s observations on transport and the pandemic, backed up with a little hard traffic data.