The National Transport Commission in Australia has advised the need for a legal framework to encompass automated vehicle use which would benefit both insurance and data access.
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As patronage on public transport continues to grow, so too do incidents of anti-social behaviour and violence towards transport staff but now Australian public transport operators are taking a stand.
A study by the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has found that half of shared e-scooters were being ridden illegally which primarily involve alcohol and a lack of helmet.
Keolis Downer is expanding its app-based on-demand service to provide more mobility options and public transport connections in NSW, Australia.
New real-time passenger information screens have been rolled out at bus stops along the new Metro North West Line in Sydney.
Following in the footsteps of New York and London, Queensland is set to trial a new contactless payment system which is expected to cost $371 million.
The Sunshine Coast’s road, rail and public transport needs are crucial to securing the area's future liveability and prosperity, making investment in the system absolutely integral.
With the help of the IoT and research from the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Tamworth become a smart city through the use IT systems to monitor and control data flows through a range of smart services.
The launch of Newcastle's new tram service is the latest stage in Keolis Downer's efforts to provide the city with an integrated, multimodal transport service.
In rural Victoria during 2019, automated vehicle technology will be tested in the first on-road trial, approved under the new Automated Driving System (ADS) permit scheme.
Enabling customers to plan, book and pay for their journeys in one place, across all types of transport, is the focus of Transport for NSW’s new trials.
Automation is expected to make Australia’s mass transit systems ‘better, stronger and faster’ as well as more efficient and more reliable than they are today.
Recent funding will help encourage the use of electric vehicles across Australia with the deployment of new charging facilities.
RAC will work with the Western Australian Government to identify potential trial locations, with public trials planned for 2019.