Australia’s first regular measurement of actual road network performance using anonymised and aggregated Uber data reveals the country’s best performing road corridor and areas with the worst traffic delays.
The Australian Logistics Council has written to party leaders in Queensland ahead of the state election, asking them to outline their policies on key issues such as corridor protection, congestion, the development of critical freight infrastructure and improved road safety through the Heavy Vehicle National Law.
Three contracts, valued at more than $60 million, have been awarded on the South Australian project.
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 Autonobus – the state’s first driverless shuttle bus – will transport students around La Trobe University in Bundoora in a trial running until July 2018.