Melbourne Uni launches autonomous vehicle

Melbourne Uni launches autonomous vehicle

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//April 19, 2018

As part of a three-year partnership with French autonomous vehicle technology firm EasyMile, The University of Melbourne has launched an autonomous mini shuttle bus with open platform technology.

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New test bed to progress smart transport systems

New test bed to progress smart transport systems

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//March 02, 2018

A world-first test bed, aimed at facilitating the development of smart multimodal transport systems, is anticipated to open up a range of opportunities for Australia thanks to its location in Melbourne’s inner-north.

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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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Turning old tyres into new roads

Turning old tyres into new roads

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//January 04, 2018

With millions of tyres dumped in Australia, a new innovation could turn used tyres into permeable surfaces – helping the environment and our future infrastructure.

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The elephant on the worksite

The elephant on the worksite

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Up front//December 13, 2017

As hard as it is to talk about, mental health and suicide are very real issues for Australia’s wider construction sector. Roads & Infrastructure talks to experts and stakeholders about the problem, challenges, prevention and help available.

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New report raises concerns about West Gate Tunnel

New report raises concerns about West Gate Tunnel

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//December 08, 2017

The West Gate Tunnel Project could worsen Melbourne’s traffic congestion, increase car dependency and should be rolled back, according to a new report from leading planning academics. 

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