Parliamentary Report calls for “revolutionary” developments in automated transit

Parliamentary Report calls for “revolutionary” developments in automated transit

Posted in Latest News, Uncategorised//April 03, 2019

According to a Parliament of Australia report, the "revolutionary" development of an automated transit ecosystem is needed if Australia hopes to keep up with mass transit

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Australian infrastructure unprepared for autonomous vehicles: report

Australian infrastructure unprepared for autonomous vehicles: report

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//October 15, 2018

Australian property and infrastructure owners are not prepared for autonomous vehicles, according to new research undertaken by design and consultancy firm Arcadis in partnership with the Committee for

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Brisbane rail accessibility upgrade contract awarded

Brisbane rail accessibility upgrade contract awarded

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//August 06, 2018

The Brisbane railway stations Morayfield, Strathpine and Boondall will undergo an accessibility upgrade as part of the Queensland Government’s $300 million station upgrade program.

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METRONET scope of works, contract packages revealed

METRONET scope of works, contract packages revealed

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//July 19, 2018

The WA construction industry has been briefed on the first major package of works on the METRONET project.

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Govt launches National Cities Performance Framework

Govt launches National Cities Performance Framework

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//December 11, 2017

The Australian Government has launched the framework this week, which aims to help governments, industry and the community to better target cities policy and investments.

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ALC calls for freight-friendly urban planning

ALC calls for freight-friendly urban planning

Posted in Uncategorised//October 19, 2017

Speaking at the recent Online Retail Logistics 2017, Australian Logistics Council Managing Director Michael Kilgariff noted that the country’s cities are not freight friendly, as a result of planning systems that fail to properly account for freight movement.

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