Roads & Infrastructure Magazine talks to experts from Swinburne University of Technology about the potential for smart city concepts and how it may change the nature of urban mobility.
The 8th Annual Victorian Major Projects Conference 2017 gives attendees a platform to discuss the various solutions to rapid population growth, increasing Victoria’s economic outlook and developing improved infrastructure for various sectors.
The Victorian Transport Association has welcomed the Victorian Government’s release of its five-year Victorian Infrastructure Plan, including the endorsement of 134 of Infrastructure Victoria’s 137 recommendations responding to the state’s infrastructure challenges.
The Australian Road Research Board has announced its appointment of civil engineer Samantha Taylor as State Technical Leader – Victoria/Tasmania.
A new report from the Grattan Institute suggests that, with their populations growing strongly, both cities could face traffic gridlock in the future unless action is taken to manage congestion.
The University of Sydney Business School’s latest Transport Opinion Survey suggests road congestion in Australia’s major cities is unlikely to ease with the arrival of self-driving cars and could worsen.