ITLS in the News

  • Hundreds of millions more to plan rail loop, but not all on board 14 Oct 2018

    The Age

    Staff Member: John Stanley

    The Age quoted Adjunct Professor John Stanley from the Business School about a proposed suburban rail loop for Melbourne. The article was syndicated across Fairfax Media online.

  • Dr Chinh Ho on Ten Sydney 09 Oct 2018

    Ten Sydney

    Staff Member: Chinh Ho

    Ten Sydney and WIN (Canberra, Newcastle) interviewed Dr Chinh Ho from the Business School about his analysis of Opal ticketing data revealing Town Hall station is significantly busier in peak times than Central station.

  • Are We Doomed to Repeat History with Automated Vehicles? 09 Oct 2018

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    Staff Member: Tony Arnold

    The introduction of Automated Vehicles may simply repeat the history of the motor vehicle, with public space once again cleared to make way for people travelling in cars at the expense of people who are walking and cycling. Read more

  • Town Hall station overcrowding to force staff to slow access at peak 08 Oct 2018

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Chinh Ho

    Sydney Morning Herald quoted Dr Chinh Ho from the Business School about his analysis of Opal ticketing data revealing Town Hall station is significantly busier in peak times than Central station. The article was syndicated across Fairfax Media online.

  • Transport expert says Guy’s rail proposal is ‘very realistic’ 04 Oct 2018

    Ballarat Courier

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert

    Ballarat Courier quoted Professor Rico Merkert from the Business School about the feasibility of Victorian Opposition Leader Matthew Guy’s proposed regional rail upgrades.

  • David Hensher on 2MCE Orange 27 Sep 2018

    2MCE Orange

    Staff Member: David Hensher

    2MCE Orange interviewed Professor David Hensher, Director of the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies in the Business School, about a new survey from the Institute finding Australians would like to see fuel excises and vehicle registration replaced with charges linked directly to road usage, in a bid to reduce congestion.

  • David Hensher on 2SM Sydney 26 Sep 2018

    2SM Sydney

    Staff Member: David Hensher

    2SM Sydney interviewed Professor David Hensher, Director of the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies in the Business School, about a new survey from the Institute finding Australians would like to see fuel excises and vehicle registration replaced with charges linked directly to road usage, in a bid to reduce congestion.

  • Should you pay less if you use the road less? 25 Sep 2018

    6PR Perth Live

    Staff Member: David Hensher

    6PR interviewed Professor David Hensher on how Australians would prefer charges such as vehicle registration fees to be replaced with charges linked to the distance that they travel.

  • Professor David Hensher on 6PR Perth 25 Sep 2018

    6PR Perth

    Staff Member: David Hensher

    6PR Perth interviewed Professor David Hensher from the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies in the Business School about a new survey from the Institute finding Australians would like to see fuel excises and vehicle registration replaced with charges linked directly to road usage, in a bid to reduce congestion.

  • Dr Geoffrey Clifton on ABC Radio Sydney 25 Sep 2018

    ABC Radio Sydney

    Staff Member: Geoffrey Clifton

    ABC Radio Sydney interviewed Dr Geoffrey Clifton from the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies in the Business School about a new survey from the Institute finding Australians would like to see fuel excises and vehicle registration replaced with charges linked directly to road usage, in a bid to reduce congestion.

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