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 Government has announced the 52 successful projects to receive a share of the $28.5 million under the first round of Smart Cities and Suburbs Program funding.
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.
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.
Longer freight trains will soon be able to run between Adelaide and Melbourne thanks to a multimillion-dollar Australian Government rail network upgrade set to increase capacity by up to 20 per cent.
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.