ITLS in the News

  • Guess what - I actually like driving my car! 08 Aug 2018

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    Staff Member: David A. Hensher

    The interest in autonomous cars in both the popular, industry and academic literatures is becoming overwhelming. Read more

  • Labor's M4 cashback plan an earnings 'free kick' to WestConnex owners 19 Jul 2018

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Martin Locke

    Sydney Morning Herald quoted Adjunct Professor Martin Locke from the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies about Labor’s plans to reintroduce a toll subsidy on the M4 if elected. The article was syndicated across Fairfax Media.

  • Refocussing Benefit-Cost Analysis: Start with a Budget 16 Jul 2018

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    Staff Member: David A. Hensher

    It is common practice in Benefit-Cost analysis (BCA) in the transport sector to pre-define a corridor where future investments may be attractive, and to undertake a formal appraisal on a few selected options. But what if we started with a given budget spend for the project instead of allowing that to vary across project options? Read more

  • Geoffrey Clifton on 7 News 13 Jul 2018

    Channel 7 News

    Staff Member: Geoffrey Clifton

    Dr Geoffrey Clifton was interviewed on Channel 7 News on Sydney’s North West Metro train project.

  • Rico Merkert in Børsen (Denmark) 08 Jul 2018

    Børsen

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert

    Borsen (Denmark) quoted Professor Rico Merkert on airports around the world not being able to cope with the growing demand in air travel.

  • Drive now, pay later: Andrews government outsources suburban roads fix 06 Jul 2018

    The Age

    Staff Member: David Hensher

    The Age quoted Professor David Hensher, Director of the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies, about public-private partnerships in transport infrastructure.

  • Rossair calls in administrators 05 Jul 2018

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert

    The Australian quoted Professor Rico Merkert on Australia’s airline charter market after Adelaide-based Rossair announced it had gone into voluntary administration.

  • So why did it get to this point? 30 Jun 2018

    The Age

    Staff Member: John Stanley

    The Age quoted Adjunct Professor John Stanley on the evolution of Melbourne as a “car city” and the attendant traffic issues.

  • How did Gladys make such heavy work of light rail? 29 Jun 2018

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Martin Locke

    The Sydney Morning Herald interviewed Adjunct Professor Marin Locke on the procurement model used by Transport for NSW in the Sydney light rail project.

  • Sydney Uni transport expert backs beaches link tunnel 26 Jun 2018

    Mosman Daily

    Staff Member: Geoffrey Clifton

    Dr Geoffrey Clifton was interviewed by Mosman Daily on the State Government’s plans to build Beaches Link, a tunnel in for Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

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