A Safe Active Street Workshop was recently held in Perth There is a link to their reports on our web site and a summary article in the May 2017 AITPM newsletter which contains some very helpful technical advice. But the newest pedestrian crossings in Rotterdam also remind us of the need for creative approaches for
Last year Mats Järlströmrevealed troubling flaws in the mathematical formula used to govern the timing of US traffic lights and he deduced a better system. For his trouble, he was fined $500 for practicing engineering without a licence. The AITPM started up to be the exact opposite. You can become a member if you are
When the NSW state government recently announced a new road proposal into the Manly/Warringah Peninsular in Sydney in the lead up to a by election there was some cynicism. Where not there yet but they have nowtaken a further step in producing a facts sheet on the Beaches Link and a new road crossing of
An international consortium including the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney is to continue its ground breaking efforts to improve bus rapid transit systems with renewed backing from the Volvo Research and Education Foundation. Prof Corinne Mulley from the Institute describes their approach. We been looking at all sorts of things
I interviewed motor bike racing legend Kevin Magee about his support for Ben Felton trying to break the world land speed record by a blind person on a motor bike. Kevin has seen some tough and dangerous times but his emotion and commitment to this project is palpable. After this interview Ben Felten went to
Proponents of autonomous vehicles often claim that they will reduce road accidents by over 90%. But Alan Thomas from the Automotive Consultancy CAVT has thrown doubt on this figure.