ITLS in the News
06 Mar 2014
The Sydney Morning Herald published an article about the spike in bus patronage and use in Sydney's urban fringes which quotes Dr Chinh Ho and Professor Corinne Mulley.
05 Mar 2014
Aviation Management expert Dr. Rico Merkert was interviewed on the SBS Radio Business Insider Program claiming Qantas has billions of dollars in financial reserves.
25 Feb 2014
The Australian reports that Qantas is tipped to accelerate the retirement of its older planes as part of $2 billion in cost cuts expected to touch every area of the company. Rico Merkert was quoted in the article.
18 Feb 2014
Labor's support for a curfew on a second airport at Badgerys Creek is coming under fire from experts and business groups who say it would undermine the project. Dr Rico Merkert is quoted in the article.
10 Feb 2014
Associate Professor Tony Webber was interviewed about the warning from Rex Airlines that the aviations sector may collapse without federal government support.
24 Jan 2014
The Conversation published an opinion piece by Chris Standen about the economic benefit of big road projects.
02 Jan 2014
Maritime Executive, Transport and Logistics News and Daily Commercial News report that ITLS has joined with six of the world's leading research institutions in an effort to address the complex challenges facing ports and their related maritime and logistics industries.
Staff Member: David Hensher
Publication: Maritime Executive, Transport and Logistics News, and Daily Commercial News
11 Dec 2013
Dr Rico Merkert explores how the events in recent days and weeks have led to Qantas' senior management pleading for federal government assistance at various levels.
10 Dec 2013
Dr Chi-Hong (Patrick) Tsai, Senior Research Analyst at the Institute of Transport & Logistics Studies was interviewed on what the most efficient funding options are for light rail projects.
03 Dec 2013
An address to the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) today showed that Sydney has much in common with London when it comes to airport congestion.