AITPM Conference – The Latest in transport planning

The Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management recently held their annual National Conference this year in Adelaide.

The Institute started out in 1966 with a strong bent towards traffic technology such as co-ordinated traffic lights.

It has since broadened its reach to more fully embrace planners as well as engineers.

The conference provided a wide range of papers and forums and to tell us a bit about some of the interesting information I have on the line the immediate national past president Craig Wooldridge.


  • Parking
  • The use of Bluetooth data
  • cycling networks and
  • community engagement (this was part of the traffic engineering forum).

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