Read about the findings from our ‘Conceptual architecture for future transport and mobility environment’ project, and download the final report.
Find out about outcomes from Australian C-ITS projects run through iMOVE, presented by leaders and researchers on the projects.
Despite many of our partners being significantly impacted by COVID restrictions, iMOVE is still delivering $10 million of project activity annually.
This project will identify and trial suitable systems for automatic real-time patronage counting for replacement bus services during Melbourne rail disruptions.
Over the past few years the kerb – previously a relatively minor concern for city planners and transport engineers – has taken centre stage.
Watch the video recording of our ‘C-ITS in Australia:’ webinar, plus an invitation to participate in future C-ITS projects.
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 provide robust recommendations for suggested initiatives to influence travel behaviours and demand in a university environment.
This project will develop data fusion and machine learning models to estimate service use for Melbourne trams and make real-time prediction of tram loads.
This webinar will look at progress made to date with C-ITS technologies in Australia, and discuss ideas about how we can build on this knowledge.
In preparation for the director elections at our 2021 AGM on 18 November 2021, iMOVE is now inviting nominations for directors.
A Melbourne-based startup, She’s A Crowd, is helping government make transport safer for women by shining a light on gender-based violence.
Watch the video recording of our ‘Progress towards more efficient supply chains’ webinar, plus access project reports and speakers’ slide decks.
This webinar will share key findings from recently completed research by the Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC) in Western Australia.
This study will develop a methodology for the recalibration of the South Australian strategic transport demand model using new data collection methods.
An exploratory study investigating the ability of new sources of passively-collected transport data as collection methods for strategic transport planning.