Vulnerable Road Users: from problem identification to pilot solutions A national consortium of government and industry organisations wish to undertake iMOVE projects in relation to vulnerable road users (VRU). iMOVE and its partners in this initiative are looking for new technology applications that could improve the safety of VRUs, ultimately leading to saving lives and…
The iMOVE Vulnerable Road Users Workshop has been held, the first in a series that will spawn projects to help reduce the numbers of dangerous incidents.
City roads & footpaths are under stress. With increasing numbers of pedestrians & traffic, & new modes of transport added to the system, changes are needed.
A research project exploring how traffic controls can be optimised to accommodate both legacy and autonomous vehicles, plus vulnerable road users.
A PhD research program investigating physical interactions between Connected and Automated Vehicles and Vulnerable Road Users in order to assess safety.
Jaguar Land Rover has been working for four years on a sound for its electric vehicles to convey motion, direction change, and proximity to vulnerable road users.
Dennis Walsh is the Chief Engineer at the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads. We find out what he does, and how he got there.
Courtesy of the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, QUT’s ZOE CAV and its research team are available for interested parties.
Jullietta Jung is a Senior Road Network Planner at Transport for NSW by day, and a strong active transport advocate and participant at all times.
What’s the path from civil engineering to ants & transport? RMIT University lecturer & researcher Nirajan Shiwakoti tells us about his career & research.
Faced with the demands of the coming transport revolution, collaboration has never been so necessary as it is now.
Glynn Barton is Director of Network Management at Transport for London. iMOVE interviews Glynn about what he does day to day, how he got his start & more.
Where do iMOVE project ideas come from? In this thoughtpiece iMOVE MD Ian Christensen discusses running events as a catalyst for project formation.
James Thomson dissects connected and automated vehicle technology to find out how it works, and how well it works, with a view to assessing risk.
iMOVE interviews Amy Child, a transport and urban planner for over 16 years, and with a particular interest in active transport.
An interview with RMIT’s Dr Flora Salim, covering her background, and thoughts on projects that would make a real difference to the ways we move.