This project aims to perform a comprehensive diagnostic of TMR’s motorway control algorithms and opportunities for optimisation using emerging technologies.
iMOVE Managing Director Ian Christensen shines a light on three areas in which he sees strong opportunities for transport collaboration and focus.
Chintan Advani’s PhD topic is ‘Empirical modelling of traffic states and route choice behaviour’. This profile outlines his work, lessons learnt, and more.
Download the three final reports from iMOVE’s ‘Ipswich Connected Vehicle Pilot (ICVP) project.
Download the three final reports from iMOVE’s ‘Improved network performance prediction through data-driven analytics and simulation’ project.
This PhD project proposes a methodology to estimate real-time queue lengths by using high-resolution detector data and signal timing data.
Our ‘Encouraging continuation of work from home post-pandemic’ project has been completed, and the final report is available here.
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 aims to investigate new methods for managing urban congestion and reducing emissions through innovative transport pricing policies.
This project aims to improve travel demand calibration and accuracy of 24 hour/ 7 days network simulation models for any hour of any day.
This PhD project investigates the use of big data and advanced mathematical techniques to better model the traffic flow at intersections.
Assessment of emerging sustainable urban mobility opportunities for Liverpool NSW, underpinned by the opening of the new Nancy-Bird Walton Airport.
This project will see an Aimsun Live pilot system installed in Queensland, providing real-time simulation-based prediction, projecting 60 minutes ahead.
This project will build on simulations of gating, and use MFDs to demonstrate its benefits in enabling better control of the Perth road network.
Project to build new knowledge and develop approaches to perpetuate and mainstream some of the more positive behaviours and outcomes of working from home.
A project examining the benefits/drawbacks of working from home, and the impacts of different arrangements on productivity, transport, health, & wellbeing.