A feasibility study looking at the possibility of diverting some freight tasks from the road network to utilising spare capacity on public transport.
A primer on the 30-minute city, & small local decisions that are often overlooked in the building of major transport infrastructure policies & programs.
This project looks to consider current parking challenges, & work towards a solution that enables the wider availability & usability of car-share services.
This project investigates the standardisation of safety assurances that autonomous vehicles must satisfy, and how to verify these requirements.
A 6-month trial of MaaS in Sydney, with participants using an app to pay for and arrange their everyday travel needs.
Yale Wong, of the ITLS at the University of Sydney, talks with iMOVE about his transport background, thoughts on MaaS, and more.
Professor John Nelson, from the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, talks to iMOVE about where he thinks smart mobility can take public transport.
Research work that underpins one of iMOVE’s projects has been awarded the Australasian Transport Research Forum’s prestigious John H. Taplin Prize.
An interview with David Hensher. He was going to be a macroeconomist, but instead has made moves in the transport and mobility sector since the 1970s.
Development of a general framework for cooperative data fusion, integrating data coming from vehicles and infrastructure.
Professor David Hensher looks at how new technologies and business models might be best-used to achieve the aim(s) of reducing traffic congestion.
The Institute of Transport & Logistics Study (ITLS) has outlined its research catalogue of activities & evidence in & around Mobility as a Service (MaaS).
The report from IMOVE’s first completed project, the MaaS and On-Demand Transport Consumer Research & Report, has been published.
Australia is playing catch-up in the area of active transport — walking, cycling, public transport — but a new study called Health by Stealth is looking to give the country a boost.
Professor David Hensher states the absolute need for a multi-pronged approach to minimising congestion, and that vehicle- and ride-sharing alone are not the silver bullet. He also outlines the personal economics of vehicle and ride sharing.
In the fifth of a series of six articles, Professor David Hensher of the University of Sydney outlines the case for building in an appropriate pricing mechanism for the use of the road network.