Aus Govt announce $475 rail line to Monash Uni

Aus Govt announce $475 rail line to Monash Uni

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//May 07, 2018

The federal Government have announced the construction of a $475 million rail line that will link Monash University’s Clayton and Caulfield campuses.

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MUARC Road Safety Management Leadership Program returning in May 2018

MUARC Road Safety Management Leadership Program returning in May 2018

Posted in Events, Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//March 05, 2018

Road safety leaders will have another opportunity to accelerate their professional development in May when the Monash University Accident Research Centre presents its Road Safety Management Leadership Program.

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ARRB appoints WA State Technical Leader

ARRB appoints WA State Technical Leader

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//March 01, 2018

The Australian Road Research Board has appointed Francois Finette as its State Technical Leader for Western Australia.

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ARRB confirms keynote speaker

ARRB confirms keynote speaker

Posted in Events, Industry News, Latest News//February 14, 2018

Katherine Teh-White, Founder and Managing Director of global management consultancy Futureye will present as a keynote speaker at the 28th Australian Road Research Board International Conference.

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Australian researchers developing rail safety computer models

Australian researchers developing rail safety computer models

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//December 04, 2017

Researchers from Australia and Indonesia are developing computer models to predict how railcars will respond to different track conditions, to improve rail safety and efficiency in both countries.

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New research underlines safety perks of autonomous driving and connectivity

New research underlines safety perks of autonomous driving and connectivity

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//October 10, 2017

Road trauma in Australia and New Zealand could be significantly reduced by the adoption of rapidly developing technologies that change the way drivers use vehicles, according to new research published by Austroads.

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