iMOVE participants win the 2018 John H. Taplin prize
Research work that underpins one of iMOVE’s projects has been awarded the Australasian Transport Research Forum’s prestigious John H. Taplin Prize.
The prize is awarded to the best paper delivered at the Australasian Transport Research Forum, and the 2018 prize was awarded to a paper titled The Australian market for on-demand transport. Authors of the paper Akshay Vij and Spring Sampson from the University of South Australia’s Institute for Choice, and from ITS Australia Susan Harris and Stacey Ryan.
The award-winning paper formed part of the work that went into the iMOVE project, MaaS and On-Demand Transport – Consumer Research and Report, which was also covered at Mobility as a Service: does Australia want it?
Another iMOVE-associated winner at the 2018 awards were Yale Wong, David Hensher, and Corinne Muller, from the University of Sydney. This trio won the David Willis Award for their paper, Stated preference design for Mobility as a Service (MaaS) broker/aggregator contracts.
Congratulations to all on two well-deserved wins!