A primer on the 30-minute city, & small local decisions that are often overlooked in the building of major transport infrastructure policies & programs.
iMOVE asked News Corp’s National Technology Editor, Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson about her thoughts after her first ride on a Lime e-scooter.
An Auto Skills Australia Churchill Fellowship offers the chance to travel overseas & investigate topics/issues in the automotive/mobility industries.
Professor Hussein Dia of the Swinburne University of Technology tells iMOVE about his work, academic career, and thoughts on what’s ahead in smart mobility.
Zuduo Zheng is looking closely at the challenges of putting connected and automated vehicles on our roads. iMOVE asks him about the work he’s doing.
iMOVE interviews Amy Child, a transport and urban planner for over 16 years, and with a particular interest in active transport.
An interview with Majid Sarvi, chair in Transport Engineering, and professor in Transport for Smart Cities at the University of Melbourne.
An interview with Andy Taylor, Director of Strategy at Cubic Transportation Systems. He tells about his mission to mainstream MaaS, his background, & more.
iMOVE sits down and talks to Zoe Eather, smart city, no, smart community advocate, and finds out what she’s doing, and her career course so far.
Professor David Hensher looks at how new technologies and business models might be best-used to achieve the aim(s) of reducing traffic congestion.
In the first of a series of six articles, Professor David Hensher, Director of the University of Sydney, outlines the opportunities, and the challenges, of new transport technologies and business models in the fight against traffic congestion.
Fifty-two bids have received funding in the first round of the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program, including a number of transport-specific projects.
Brent Toderian has produced a video in which he speaks about the changes a (smart) city needs to make in order to improve people’s mobility and happiness.