This project will move the See Me app from its current proof of concept readiness to a more commercial-ready solution.
This project will identify opportunities to overcome common barriers to transport accessibility and inclusivity via use of new/emerging transport technologies.
Our smart bike light trial has ended, and the wrap-up article, and the trial’s final report, ‘Light Insight Trial (LiT) Research Report’ is available here.
A wrap-up of our frictionless ticketing project, and the final report, ‘Public transport & frictionless ticketing: Technology opportunities’.
This project will build a fact base to recognise the dangers of gaps between railway station platforms & any train, plus test proof of concept prototype solutions.
The purpose of this project is to study the route choice behaviour of pedestrians and their attitudes towards desire lines around public transport interchanges.
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 project will develop a deeper understanding of the transport workforce implications due to digitalisation and automation in the Australian market.
An investigation of integrating cycling facilities into urban/suburban environments, addressing the concerns of (potential) cyclists worried about safety.
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.
Literature review/stakeholder interviews to guide the estimation of the extent, spatial distribution, & nature of transport disadvantage in the Greater Perth region.
This project will provide a comprehensive review of currently available Australian anthropometric data and its applicability to the Australian Transport industry.
This project will identify the barriers to women entering & progressing within the transport sector workforce, & audit/evaluate government initiatives in this area.
This project aims to update and expand the TRavel, Environment and Kids study (TREK) conducted in Perth in 2005.
The research project will provide evidence of the short to medium-term changes and benefits of the Active Travel Plan, as well as enable longer-term benefits.
This project will investigate the systemic issues, opportunities, and barriers for overcoming transport disadvantage and enhancing community transport.