ITLS in the News

  • NBN to spur more work from home 29 Sep 2014

    The West Australian

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves

    Associate Professor Stephen Greaves is quoted in a West Australian article about how improved broadband and changing attitudes of employers are likely to lead to more people working from home.

  • Broadband network would ease congestion on our roads and rail network 26 Sep 2014

    MX (Melbourne)

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves

    Associate Professor Stephen Greaves from the Business School was quoted in an MX (Melbourne) story about how a broadband network would ease congestion on our roads and rail network.

  • Building big: does Australia need a global infrastructure hub? 24 Sep 2014

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Matthew Beck

    Dr Matthew Beck authors an opinion piece about infrastructure investment in Australia. The piece was published in the Conversation.

  • Proposed system that would remove car registration fees 24 Sep 2014

    4BC Brisbane’s Drive

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves

    4BC Brisbane’s Drive interviewed Associate Professor Stephen Greaves from the Business School about a proposed system that would remove car registration fees, the fuel excise and road tolls.

  • Impact of more people working from home 23 Sep 2014

    2UE Sydney Mornings

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves

    2UE Sydney Mornings, 891 ABC Adelaide, 6PR Perth, interviewed Associate Professor Stephen Greaves from the Business School about the impact of more people working from home on traffic and transport infrastructure.

  • Harper competition review seeks widespread change: experts react 22 Sep 2014

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Michiel Bliemer

    The Conversation publishes an opinion piece about the Competition Policy Review report. Michiel Bliemer comments on proposed changes to road use pricing.

  • Work from home, cut road chaos 22 Sep 2014

    The Daily Telegraph

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves

    Associate Professor Stephen Greaves is quoted in a Daily Telegraph article about research that predicts the number of people who work from home is set to rise resulting in a cut to road congestion.

  • Opal's win 01 Sep 2014

    Network Ten

    Staff Member: Geoffrey Clifton

    Ten Eyewitness News interviews Dr Geoffrey Clifton on the rollout of the Opal Card in Sydney.

  • WiseTech Global Launches World-First Supply Chain Education Program 26 Aug 2014

    WiseTech Global

    Staff Member: Jyotirmoyee Bhattacharjya

    Leading logistics software developer partners with top universities and training institutions to offer students industry-ready training in supply chain technology.

  • British airports hold upper hand on carbon footprint 22 Aug 2014

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert and Corinne Mulley

    The Australian mentions a paper co-authored by Dr Rico Merkert and Professor Corinne Mulley into the study of how to develop public ground transportation strategies to reduce carbon footprint.

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