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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 and logistics studies. 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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Upcoming Seminar

Professor Greg Marsden, ITS The University of Leeds

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29 Jul 2014 -

Our Experts

Claudine Moutou
Claudine Moutou

Claudine is a transport sociologist and Lecturer in Transport and Logistics Executive Programs at the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies. She teaches on the Masters of Transport Management and the Certificate of Transport Management on issues related to professional competencies, policy making and implementation with a special focus on public transport and car parking. Claudine uses her expertise in transport sociology to understand policy, operational and attitudinal barriers to broader appreciation of public transport and sustainable transport options. With an industry partner and colleagues from the School of IT, she is implementing a Henry Halloran Trust funded project to develop RateIT, a crowd-sourced app to improve passenger experience.

In the Media

Stephen Greaves

Cyclist deaths expose culture clash on Sydney's congested roads
21 Jul 2014

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Latest Working Paper

Open access for railways and transaction cost economics - management perspectives of Australia's rail companies

Rico Merkert and David A. Hensher

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