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    Postgraduate Programs

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    Aviation Management
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    Ports and Maritime Logistics Program

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    Infrastructure Management
    Program

  • New Logistics and Supply Chain
    Management Program

  • New Transport Planning
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Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies

The Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) undertakes graduate teaching, management development programs, grant and contract research and development in the fields of transport, infrastructure, logistics and supply chain management. ITLS is part of Australia's Key Centre of Excellence in Transport Research and Education an international collaboration at three nodes: ITLS Sydney, ITS Monash and ITLS Africa.

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Our Experts

Michiel Bliemer
Michiel Bliemer

Professor Michiel Bliemer is Professor in Transport and Logistics Network Modelling where he teaches Strategic Transport Modelling. Michiel specialises in dynamic traffic assignment, road pricing, and experimental design, and in the past two years has received over $1m in funding from the Australian Research Council for innovative research in network modelling and travel behaviour analysis. He is currently engaged in improving several transport models used by governments and consultants. Michiel is also co-director of the new travel choice driving simulation laboratory (TRACSLab) and on the editorial board of several journals such as Transportation Research Part B.

Upcoming Seminar

Robert Bain, RBconsult, University of Leeds, UK

PPP Lessons from Europe ...More »

28 Apr 2015 - 11:00 am

In the Media

Corinne Mulley and Geoffrey Clifton

How 'Opal Runners' beat the system
2SER FM
15 Apr 2015

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Latest Working Paper

The influence of key determinants on consumers’ choice in tourism destination

Peter Lok, Vincent Cheng and Jo Rhodes.

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UITP (International Association of Public Transport)