A wrap-up of the our completed project ‘MaaS blueprint design for regional towns and rural hinterlands’ along with all the final report documents.
Development of a framework to support traditional Aboriginal Cultural Land Management practices to improve the resilience of the transport corridor network.
A report on the gathering of up-to-date anthropometric data for applicability to design for the Australian transport industry.
Recommendations/policy directions for transition to LZEV trucks, & analysis of total cost of ownership & geospatial roadmap analysis for refueller / EV chargers.
Eligible students are invited to apply for the SCATS Student Traffic Data Innovation Challenge, running on 15 and 16 September 2023.
Development of a proof-of-concept tool for the prediction of replacement bus needs during unexpected network disruptions.
A wrap-up of our frictionless ticketing project, and the final report, ‘Public transport & frictionless ticketing: Technology opportunities’.
Download ‘AiRAP Automation for Australian Road Safety’, the final report of what is an Intelligent Transport Systems project that is the first of its kind globally.
The main findings and policy implications to understand the impacts of COVID-19 and its impact on Working From Home in relation to the transport network.
This research will model the impact of various policy levers on carbon emissions from road and rail freight, and to identify the economic benefits.
The development of the Freight and Servicing Last Mile Toolkit, the outcome of a project involving Transport for NSW, University of Melbourne, and iMOVE.
Project aim is to identify/analyse specific aspects of existing & emergent connected & other vehicle & traffic data, to improve existing network management.
Finalists in the 2023 ITS Australia awards have been announced. Here’s the iMOVE projects included, & news of our sponsoring the R&D award category.
This project identifies key segments of the heavy vehicle fleet likely to transition to hydrogen fuel technology and provide a roadmap for the NSW government.
This project will develop an evidence base to understand which traffic control measures are most effective in reducing injuries at end of queue road worksites.
This project will seek to identify opportunities for innovative ways to use existing technologies and new ways of working to improve roadside worker safety.