The main aim of this project is to develop a set of effective policy responses for improving the efficiency of delivery operations in the Sydney metropolitan area.
The Ipswich Connected Vehicle Pilot sees hundreds of cars fitted with technology to allow them to communicate with each other and with road infrastructure.
Transport for NSW and Swinburne University of Technology’s interactive survey is gathering feedback our Exploring the Movement and Place Framework project.
What will be required for strategic transport system models used by State governments under various Working from Home futures?
Development of an improved and reliable methodology for forecasting demand to establishing loading dock requirements in new developments.
An update on our project, ‘MaaS business models: Lessons for operators and regulators’, along with a downloadable report.
An interview with Lisa Iverach of Transport for NSW, about her current job, and her move from academia in the area of psychology, into transport research.
A few resources for information on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the transport sector in Australia.
A feasibility study looking at the possibility of diverting some freight tasks from the road network to utilising spare capacity on public transport.
This project will develop a series of evidence-based design principles and guidelines to balance place-making and vehicle movement in NSW.
The iMOVE project ‘Data collection for efficient bus replacement services in rail disruptions’ has been nominated for two prestigious research awards.
This project looks to consider current parking challenges, & work towards a solution that enables the wider availability & usability of car-share services.
This week Sydney commuters can see public transport options for their journey shown in the Uber app.
Phase 2 of the BusBot driverless shuttle trial is taking place in the Marian Grove Retirement Village in Toormina, on the NSW Mid North Coast.
Scott White is the Executive Director of the Transport Management Centre, in Sydney. We uncover what he does, how he progressed his career, and more.
Sydney train passengers can now pay for fares using credit cards, smartphones, smart watches, wearables, and other electronic devices.