Michiel Bliemer

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PhD Delft MSc RUG
Professor and Chair in Transport Network Modelling

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The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

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Bio

Michiel joined the Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies as Professor and Chair in Transport Network Modelling in early 2012. Before moving to Australia he was Associate Professor in Transport Planning at Delft University of Technology, and worked as a consultant at Goudappel Coffeng, the largest transport and traffic consultancy in the Netherlands.

Michiel studied Econometrics and Operations Research at Brown University (USA) and the University of Groningen (the Netherlands) where he obtained a cum MSc degree (cum laude) in 1996. In 2001 he received a PhD degree in transport planning and traffic engineering at Delft University of Technology for his work on the topic of multiclass dynamic traffic assignment.

In the past 10 years, Michiel has published over 200 scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals, books, and conference proceedings. He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Choice Modelling and is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Transportation Research Part B. Further, he is a member of the Network Modelling Committee and Survey Methods Committee at the Transportation Research Board, a member of the Scientific International Advisory Committee of the Dynamic Traffic Assignment Symposium, a member of the International Association on Travel Behaviour Research.

Michiel has been successful in obtaining grants from the Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO) with respect to two large road pricing studies, as well as several grants on various topics from the Australian Research Council, namely two Discovery Projects, two Linkage Projects, and one LIEF. Michiel works actively with governments and industry partners to bring scientific innovations to practice. He has advised governments in Australia, the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium regarding their transport model systems, has developed several traffic assignment and simulation models and algorithms implemented in the OmniTRANS and AIMSUN software tools, and is co-developer of the Ngene software for generating experimental designs for stated choice surveys.

Research Interests

Michiel is a leading expert in transport planning and traffic management methodologies in order to forecast traffic volumes and conditions, as well as a leading expert in methodology regarding stated choice experiments and choice analysis.

With respect to transport planning and traffic management, Michiel develops novel traffic assignment methods for implementation in strategic transport planning tools as well as for assessing the impact of traffic management measures. More specifically, Michiel has developed static network models that can properly account for congestion and queues. Further, together with colleagues, Michiel has developed a state-of-the art dynamic traffic simulation model based on an event-based general link transmission model. Both can be applied to large scale networks in practice, and have generated a lot of interest from industry and government. In particular, his methods have been implemented in widely used software packages such as AIMSUN and OmniTRANS.

With respect to stated choice experiments and choice analysis, Michiel has developed methods and algorithms to determine experimental designs for stated choice surveys that maximise the amount of information captured from respondents for a range of well-known discrete choice models in the logit family. These surveys and models are widely applied in many disciplines, such as in marketing, health economics, environmental economics, and transportation. His methods have been implemented in the widely used software program Ngene.

Besides methodological advances, Michiel is actively involved in applied research in transportation. In particular, he has conducted a lot of research regarding road pricing reform and has made proposals for voluntary systems that reward travellers for driving less. Further, he has done research on introducing departure time choice and travel time variability in transport planning models, and led research on evacuation planning.

Finally, Michiel is Director of TRACSLab@USYD, which consists of five connected driving simulators. Together with five more simulators at TRACSLab@UNSW, a unique laboratory has been created to analyse travel choice and driving behaviour in which interactions with other drivers are explicitly considered in the same virtual environment. This laboratory is used among others to analyse and forecast route choice behaviour, as well as to analyse the possible impact of Automated Vehicles.

Selected publications

2018

Journal Articles

Batley R, Bates J, Bliemer M, Borjesson M, Bourdon J, Ojeda Cabral M, Chintakayala P, Choudhury C, Daly A, Dekker T, and et al (2018) New appraisal values of travel time saving and reliability in Great Britain Transportation, In Press. [More Information]

Bliemer M, and Raadsen M (2018) Continuous-time general link transmission model with simplified fanning, part I: Theory and link model formulation Transportation Research Part B, In Press. [More Information]

Possel B, Wismans L, van Berkum E, and Bliemer M (2018) The multi-objective network design problem using minimizing externalities as objectives: comparison of a genetic algorithm and simulated annealing framework Transportation, 45 (2), 545-572. [More Information]

Raadsen M, and Bliemer M (2018) Continuous-time general link transmission model with simplified fanning, Part II: Event-based algorithm for networks Transportation Research Part B. [More Information]

Teye C, Bell M, and Bliemer M (2018) Locating urban and regional container terminals in a competitive environment: An entropy maximising approach Transportation Research Part B, In Press. [More Information]

van Cranenburgh S, and Bliemer M (2018) Information theoretic-based sampling of observations Journal of Choice Modelling, In Press. [More Information]

2017

Journal Articles

Bell M, Perera S, Piraveenan M, Bliemer M, Latty T, and Reid C (2017) Network growth models: A behavioural basis for attachment proportional to fitness Scientific Reports, 7, 1-11. [More Information]

Bliemer M, Raadsen M, Brederode L, Bell M, Wismans L, and Smith M (2017) Genetics of traffic assignment models for strategic transport planning Transport Reviews, 37 (1), 56-78. [More Information]

Bliemer M, Rose J, and Chorus C (2017) Detecting dominance in stated choice data and accounting for dominance-based scale differences in logit models Transportation Research Part B, 102, 83-104. [More Information]

Perera S, Bell M, and Bliemer M (2017) Network science approach to modelling the topology and robustness of supply chain networks: a review and perspective Applied Network Science, 2, 1-25. [More Information]

Teye C, Bell M, and Bliemer M (2017) Entropy maximising facility location model for port city intermodal terminals Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 100, 1-16. [More Information]

Teye C, Bell M, and Bliemer M (2017) Urban intermodal terminals: The entropy maximising facility location problem Transportation Research Part B, 100, 64-81. [More Information]

Teye C, Bell M, and Bliemer M (2017) Locating urban and regional container terminals in a competitive environment: An entropy maximising approach Transportation Research Procedia, 23, 208-227. [More Information]

Conference Proceeding

Fayyaz M, Bliemer M, and Beck M (2017) Investigating travel choice behaviour: A new approach using interactive experiments with driving simulators 16th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS 2017); International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems, Sao Paulo.

2016

Journal Articles

Bliemer M, and Collins A (2016) On determining priors for the generation of efficient stated choice experimental designs Journal of Choice Modelling, 21, 10-14. [More Information]

Determann D, Korfage I, Fagerlin A, Steyerberg E, Bliemer M, Voeten H, Richardus J, Lambooij M, and de Bekker-Grob E (2016) Public preferences for vaccination programmes during pandemics caused by pathogens transmitted through respiratory droplets - a discrete choice experiment in four European countries, 2013 Eurosurveillance, 21 (22), 20-32. [More Information]

Emerson D, Mulley C, and Bliemer M (2016) A theoretical analysis of business models for urban public transport systems, with comparative reference to a Community Franchise involving Individual Line Ownership Research in Transportation Economics, 59, 368-378. [More Information]

Raadsen M, Bliemer M, and Bell M (2016) An efficient and exact event-based algorithm for solving simplified first order dynamic network loading problems in continuous time Transportation Research Part B, 92 (Part B), 191-210. [More Information]

Zhou B, Bliemer M, Bell M, and He J (2016) Two New Methods for Solving the Path-Based Stochastic User Equilibrium Problem Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, 31 (2), 100-116. [More Information]

Book Chapters

Bliemer M (2016) Traffic and Mobility Management Handbook on Transport and Urban Planning in the Developed World; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 432-451. [More Information]

Bliemer M, Mulley C, and Moutou C (2016) Introduction to transport and urban planning in the developed world Handbook on Transport and Urban Planning in the Developed World; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 1-12.

Sarvi M, Bagloee S, and Bliemer M (2016) Network design for road transit priority Handbook on Transport and Urban Planning in the Developed World; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 355-374. [More Information]

2015

Journal Articles

Ellison A, Bliemer M, and Greaves S (2015) Evaluating changes in driver behaviour: A risk profiling approach Accident Analysis and Prevention, 75, 298-309. [More Information]

Ellison A, Greaves S, and Bliemer M (2015) Driver behaviour profiles for road safety analysis Accident Analysis and Prevention, 76, 118-132. [More Information]

Smits E, Bliemer M, Pel A, and van Arem B (2015) A family of macroscopic node models Transportation Research Part B, 74, 20-39. [More Information]

Zhou B, Bliemer M, Li X, and Huang D (2015) A modified truncated Newton algorithm for the logit-based stochastic user equilibrium problem Applied Mathematical Modelling, 39 (18), 5415-5435. [More Information]

Zhou B, Bliemer M, Yang H, and He J (2015) A trial-and-error congestion pricing scheme for networks with elastic demand and link capacity constraints Transportation Research Part B, 72, 77-92. [More Information]

de Bekker-Grob E, Bergstra A, Bliemer M, Trijssenaar-Buhre I, and Burdorf A (2015) Protective Behaviour of Citizens to Transport Accidents Involving Hazardous Materials: A Discrete Choice Experiment Applied to Populated Areas nearby Waterways PloS One, 10 (11), 1-14. [More Information]

de Jong G, and Bliemer M (2015) On including travel time reliability of road traffic in appraisal Transportation Research Part A, 73, 80-95. [More Information]

2014

Journal Articles

Bliemer M, Raadsen M, Smits E, Zhou B, and Bell M (2014) Quasi-dynamic traffic assignment with residual point queues incorporating a first order node model Transportation Research Part B, 68, 363-384. [More Information]

Determann D, Korfage I, Lambooij M, Bliemer M, Richardus J, Steyerberg E, and de Bekker-Grob E (2014) Acceptance of Vaccinations in Pandemic Outbreaks: A Discrete Choice Experiment PloS One, 9 (7), 1-13. [More Information]

Greiner R, Bliemer M, and Ballweg J (2014) Design considerations of a choice experiment to estimate likely participation by north Australian pastoralists in contractual biodiversity conservation Journal of Choice Modelling, 10 (1), 34-45. [More Information]

Hensher D, and Bliemer M (2014) What type of road pricing scheme might appeal to politicians? Viewpoints on the challenge in gaining the citizen and public servant vote by staging reform Transportation Research Part A, 61, 227-237. [More Information]

Tirachini A, Hensher D, and Bliemer M (2014) Accounting for travel time variability in the optimal pricing of cars and buses Transportation, 41 (5), 947-971. [More Information]

Wismans L, Brands T, van Berkum E, and Bliemer M (2014) Pruning and raking the Pareto optimal set, application for the dynamic multi-objective network design problem Journal of Advanced Transportation, 48 (6), 588-607. [More Information]

Wismans L, van Berkum E, and Bliemer M (2014) Handling multiple objectives in optimization of externalities as objectives for dynamic traffic management European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 14 (2), 159-177.

Wismans L, van Berkum E, and Bliemer M (2014) Acceleration of Solving the Dynamic Multi-Objective Network Design Problem Using Response Surface Methods Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, 18 (1), 17-29. [More Information]

Book Chapter

Bliemer M, and Rose J (2014) Stated choice experimental design theory: the who, the what and the why Handbook of Choice Modelling; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, 152-177. [More Information]

2013

Journal Articles

Bliemer M, and Rose J (2013) Confidence intervals of willingness-to-pay for random coefficient logit models Transportation Research Part B, 58, 199-214. [More Information]

Ellison A, Greaves S, and Bliemer M (2013) Examining Heterogeneity of Driver Behavior with Temporal and Spatial Factors Transportation Research Record, 2386, 158-167. [More Information]

Rose J, and Bliemer M (2013) Sample size requirements for stated choice experiments Transportation, 40 (5), 1021-1041. [More Information]

Wismans L, Berkum E, and Bliemer M (2013) Effects of Optimizing Externalities Using Cooperating Dynamic Traffic Management Measures on Network Level Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, 17 (1), 65-77. [More Information]

de Bekker-Grob E, Bliemer M, Donkers B, Essink-Bot M, Korfage I, Roobol M, Bangma C, and Steyerberg E (2013) Patients' and urologists' preferences for prostate cancer treatment: a discrete choice experiment British Journal of Cancer, 109 (3), 633-640. [More Information]

de Bekker-Grob E, Rose J, and Bliemer M (2013) A Closer Look at Decision and Analyst Error by Including Nonlinearities in Discrete Choice Models: Implications on Willingness-to-Pay Estimates Derived from Discrete Choice Data in Healthcare PharmacoEconomics, 31 (12), 1169-1183. [More Information]

Book Chapter

Tavasszy L, and Bliemer M (2013) Transport Flow, Distribution and Allocation Models, Traffic Assignment and Forecasting The SAGE Handbook of Transport Studies; Sage Publications, London, United Kingdom, 331-346. [More Information]

2012

Journal Article

Pel A, Bliemer M, and Hoogendoorn S (2012) A review on travel behaviour modelling in dynamic traffic simulation models for evacuations Transportation, 39 (1), 97-123. [More Information]

Book Chapters

Bliemer M, and Rose J (2012) Stated preference experimental design strategies Transport Economics: Critical Concepts in Economics; Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis, Oxon, United Kingdom, 304-332.

Rose J, and Bliemer M (2012) Sample optimality in the design of stated choice experiments Travel Behaviour Research in the Evolving World- Selected Papers from the 12th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research; International Association for Travel Behaviour Research, Jaipur India, 119-145.

2011

Journal Articles

Bliemer M, and Rose J (2011) Experimental design influences on stated choice outputs: An empirical study in air travel choice Transportation Research Part A, 45 (1), 63-79. [More Information]

Huibregtse O, Hoogendoorn S, Hegyi A, and Bliemer M (2011) A method to optimize evacuation instructions OR Spectrum, 33 (3), 595-627. [More Information]

Pel A, Bliemer M, and Hoogendoorn S (2011) Simulating traveler behavior under emergency evacuation conditions European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 11 (2), 166-193.

Wismans L, van Berkum E, and Bliemer M (2011) Modeling externalities using dynamic traffic assignment models: A review Transport Reviews, 31 (4), 521-545. [More Information]

Wismans L, van Berkum E, and Bliemer M (2011) Comparison of multiobjective evolutionary algorithms for optimization of externalities by using dynamic traffic management measures Transportation Research Record, 2263, 163-173. [More Information]

Book Chapters

Rose J, Bain S, and Bliemer M (2011) Experimental design strategies for stated preference studies dealing with non-market goods The International Handbook on Non-Market Environmental Valuation; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, United Kingdom, 273-299. [More Information]

Wismans L, van Berkum E, and Bliemer M (2011) Dynamic Traffic Management Measures to Optimize Air Quality, Climate, Noise, Traffic Safety and Congestion: Effects of a Single Objective Optimization Transitions Towards Sustainable Mobility: New Solutions and Approaches for Sustainable Transport Systems; Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, 297-313.

Newspaper Article

Wismann L, van Berkum E, and Bliemer M (2011) Geld maakt niet gelukkig (als weging van externe effecten bij de optimalisatie van DVM) NM Magazine .

2010

Journal Articles

Bliemer M, and Rose J (2010) Construction of experimental designs for mixed logit models allowing for correlation across choice observations Transportation Research Part B, 44 (6), 720-734. [More Information]

Bliemer M, and van Amelsfort D (2010) Rewarding instead of charging road users: a model case study investigating effects on traffic conditions European Transport - Trasporti Europei, 44, 23-40.

Huibregtse O, Bliemer M, and Hoogendoorn S (2010) Analysis of Near-Optimal Evacuation Instructions Procedia Engineering, 3 (n/a), 189-203. [More Information]

Pel A, Hoogendoorn S, and Bliemer M (2010) Impact of variations in travel demand and network supply factors for evacuation studies Transportation Research Record, 2196, 45-55. [More Information]

Pel A, Hoogendoorn S, and Bliemer M (2010) Evacuation modeling including traveler information and compliance behavior Procedia Engineering, 3 (n/a), 101-111. [More Information]

Wismans L, van Berkum E, and Bliemer M (2010) Wisselwerking tussen bereikbaarheid en externe effecten bij de optimalisatie van DVM maatregelen in verkeersnetwerken Tijdschrift Vervoerswetenschap, 46 (2), 44-54.

Book Chapters

Bliemer M, and Rose J (2010) Serial Choice Conjoint Analysis for Estimating Discrete Choice Models Choice Modelling: The State-of-the-Art and the State-of Practice: Proceedings from the Inaugural International Choice Modelling Conference; Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley United Kingdom, 139-161. [More Information]

Li H, Bliemer M, and Bovy P (2010) An Integrated Dynamic Road Network Design Approach with Stochastic Networks Intelligent Infrastructures; Springer Science+Business Media, Dordrecht, 327-347.

Pel A, Bliemer M, and Hoogendoorn S (2010) Pre-trip and En-route Route Choice in a Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model New developments in transport planning: Advances in Dynamic Traffic Assignment; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 293-302.

2009

Journal Articles

Bliemer M, Rose J, and Hensher D (2009) Efficient stated choice experiments for estimating nested logit models Transportation Research Part B, 43 (1), 19-35. [More Information]

Li H, Bliemer M, and Bovy P (2009) Modeling departure time choice with stochastic networks involved in network design Transportation Research Record, 2091, 61-69. [More Information]

Pel A, Bliemer M, and Hoogendoorn S (2009) Hybrid Route Choice Modeling in Dynamic Traffic Assignment Transportation Research Record (2091), 100-107. [More Information]

Rose J, and Bliemer M (2009) Constructing Efficient Stated Choice Experimental Designs Transport Reviews, 29 (5), 587-617. [More Information]

Stankova K, Jan Olsder G, and Bliemer M (2009) Comparison of different toll policies in the dynamic second-best optimal toll design problem: case study on a three-link network European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 9 (4), 331-346.

Book Chapters

Bliemer M, and Rose J (2009) Designing stated choice experiments: The state of the art The Expanding Sphere of Travel Behaviour Research: Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research; Emerald Group Publishing, Bingley, United Kingdom.

Li H, Bliemer M, and Bovy P (2009) Reliability-based Dynamic Discrete Network Design with Stochastic Networks Transportation and Traffic Flow Theory 2009: Golden Jubilee; Springer Science+Business Media, Dordrecht, 651-673.

2008

Journal Articles

Bliemer M, and Bovy P (2008) Impact of route choice set on route choice probabilities Transportation Research Record (2076), 10-19. [More Information]

Bliemer M, Rose J, and Hess S (2008) Approximation of Bayesian efficiency in experimental choice designs Journal of Choice Modelling, 1 (1), 98-126. [More Information]

Li H, Bliemer M, and Bovy P (2008) Network reliability-based optimal toll design Journal of Advanced Transportation, 42 (3), 311-332. [More Information]

Li H, Bovy P, and Bliemer M (2008) Departure time distribution in the stochastic bottleneck model International Journal of ITS Research, 6 (2), 79-86.

Rose J, Bliemer M, Hensher D, and Collins A (2008) Designing efficient stated choice experiments in the presence of reference alternatives Transportation Research Part B, 42 (4), 395-406. [More Information]

Zantema J, Van Amelsfort D, Bliemer M, and Bovy P (2008) Verzekeren per kilometre (VpK): een case study naar de veiligheids- en bereikbaarheidseffecten van VpK-strategieen Tijdschrift Vervoerswetenschap, 44 (2), 64-73.

Zantema J, van Amelsfort D, Bliemer M, and Bovy P (2008) Pay-as-you-drive strategies: Case study of safety and accessibility effects Transportation Research Record (2078), 8-16. [More Information]

Conference Proceeding

Pel A, and Bliemer M (2008) Evacuation Plan Evaluation: Assessment of Mandatory and Voluntary Vehicular Evacuation Schemes by means of an Analytical Dynamic Traffice Model 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board; U.S. National Research Council, Transportation Research Board, USA.

Book Chapters

Bliemer M, Joksimovic D, and Bovy P (2008) Optimal toll design problem: a dynamic network modelling approach Pricing in Road Transport: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, 170-190.

Bliemer M, Joksimovic D, and Bovy P (2008) Different Policy objectives of the road pricing problem - a game theory approach Pricing in Road Transport: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, 151-169.

Joksimovic D, Bliemer M, and Bovy P (2008) Different policy objectives of the road-pricing problem: a game theoretic approach Pricing in Road Transport: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, 151-169.

Rose J, and Bliemer M (2008) Stated preference experimental design strategies Handbook of Transport Modelling; Elsevier, Oxford, United Kingdom.

van Amelsfort D, Ubbels B, and Bliemer M (2008) Travellers' responses to road pricing: Value of time, schedule delay and uncertainty Pricing in Road Transport: A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective; Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, 64-85.

2007

Journal Article

Bliemer M (2007) Dynamic queuing and spillback in an analytical multiclass dynamic network loading model Transportation Research Record, 2029, 14-21. [More Information]

Conference Proceeding

Bliemer M, Rose J, and Hess S (2007) Approximation of Bayesian Efficiency in Experimental Choice Designs 86th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting; U.S. National Research Council, Transportation Research Board, United States.

Newspaper Article

Hoogendoorn S, Bliemer M, and Van Nes R (2007) Modellen voor netwerkmanagement – een overzicht NM Magazine 3.

2006

Journal Articles

De Bok M, and Bliemer M (2006) Infrastructure and Firm Dynamics: Calibration of Microsimulation Model for Firms in the Netherlands Transportation Research Record, 1977, 132-144. [More Information]

Steg L, Verhoef E, Bliemer M, Joksimovic D, Schuitema G, Tillema T, Ubbels B, van Amelsfort D, and van Wee B (2006) Een multi-disciplinair perspectief op prijsbeleid in verkeer en vervoer: MDPIT Tijdschrift Vervoerswetenschap, 42 (2), 26-39.

Newspaper Article

Bliemer M, and Bovy P (2006) Game theory in road pricing AENORM Magazine vol.14(53).

2005

Journal Article

Bliemer M, Joksimovic D, and Bovy P (2005) Optimal toll design problem in dynamic traffic networks with joint route and departure time choice Transportation Research Record, 2005 (1923), 61-72. [More Information]

Conference Proceeding

Joksimovic D, Bliemer M, Bovy P, and Verwater-Lukszo Z (2005) Dynamic road pricing for optimizing network performance with heterogeneous users 2005 IEEE International Conference on Networking, Sensing and Control; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Piscataway, NJ, USA.

Recent Units Taught

  • ITLS5100 Transport and Infrastructure Foundations

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Newsroom articles

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    Daily Telegraph

    Daily Telegraph reported on a talk delivered last week by Professor Michiel Bliemer from the Business School on transport of the future.

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    2GB Sydney discussed comments from Professor Michiel Bliemer originally published in the Sydney Morning Herald on the number of accidents that occur across Sydney’s motorways.

  • Sydney traffic 60 years out of date 09 May 2018

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    City Hub quoted Professor Michiel Bliemer on his report into the NSW government using flawed and outdated traffic modelling when planning new transport infrastructure.

  • The Sydney motorways where you've been twice as likely to hit a traffic snarl 08 May 2018

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Sydney Morning Herald quoted Professor Michiel Bliemer on the number of accidents that occur across Sydney’s motorways. The article was syndicated across Fairfax Media online.

  • NSW gov denies '60-year-old' traffic model 23 Apr 2018

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