ITLS in the News

    Qantas speeds up fleet overhaul

    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.

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert
    Publication: The Australian

    Labor's support for second airport curfew comes under fire

    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.

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert
    Publication: Sydney Morning Herald

    Rex says aviation industry could collapse without government support

    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.

    Staff Member: Tony Webber
    Publication: ABC The World Today

    Bus elite meet in Sydney

    04 Feb 2014

    Professor John Stanley is quoted in an article about an upcoming national infrastructure summit.

    Staff Member: John Stanley
    Publication: Bus News

    Big road projects don't really save time or boast productivity

    24 Jan 2014

    The Conversation published an opinion piece by Chris Standen about the economic benefit of big road projects.

    Staff Member: Chris Standen
    Publication: The Conversation

    Making road users pay could clear infrastructure gridlock

    27 Mar 2014

    A plan to remove registration and petrol taxes and replace them with road user charges was backed by Australian motoring groups, arguing that it would be a fairer system and make travelling more efficient.

    Staff Member: Michiel Bliemer
    Publication: The Conversation

    Global port research alliance gets underway

    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

    Ownership cap is not Qantas's only problem

    11 Dec 2013

    Although Qantas is one of the leading airlines in the world, the events in recent days and weeks have led to its senior management pleading for federal government assistance at various levels.

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert
    Publication: The Australian

    Ownership cap is not Qantas's only problem

    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.

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert
    Publication: The Australian

    Light Rail Transit - Costs versus benefits

    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.

    Staff Member: Chi-Hong (Patrick) Tsai
    Publication: Informa Transport


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