We all use transport terms to describe various situations but not everyone has the same definition for the terms we use. And our language can affect our thinking. We reported last week on an AITPM meeting of the Young Professional Group in Sydney. Another
The Federal Government has invested $151.5 million in four new Cooperative Research Centres. Over a third of the money will go to a new iMove CRC which will explore digital and evolving vehicle technologies to help traffic to flow more smoothly.
The Australian College of Road Safety has just release a well-presented Submission to Federal Parliamentarians. As you would suspect many things focus on traditional areas and the huge emotional and financial consequences of road trauma. There is a strong emphasis on legislation and enforcement.
A company in America is using Artificial Intelligence to develop more empathetic train announcements for travellers. But have we thought this through for individuals who have a visual impairment. We spoke to a few people who have firsthand experience
Ikea has recently started selling its own bicycle called the Sladda that is shipped directly to you to assemble. A non-traditional supplier can offer some creative ideas that will appeal to the specific market.
At a recent AITPM Young Professional Group meeting in Sydney Brian Smith began his presentation by saying: “So transport planning and traffic engineering are full of numbers, levels of service, demands, patronage flows, numerical warrants but we sometimes forget that behind these numbers are