Infrastucture Victoria has released its latest research into managing transport demand. This report will be of interest to transport professionals in all jurisdictions, as well as all Victorians. There are several other key reports listed on their website. Check it out here.
The Rail Futures Institute has issued the media release below in relation to the planning of a rail link to Melbourne Airport.
Another month, another succesful seminar. This seminar was held on 28 November 2017 at the Jacobs theatrette in Melbourne. Sam Linke chaired the session and also presented on a range of topics, including City Making, Complete Streets, Autonomous Vehicles, Engaging Young Professionals and other things learnt at the ITE Annual Meeting in Toronto, Canada. David […]
The 2017 President’s Dinner was held on 15 November at Kew Golf Club. The special guest speaker was Duncan Elliott, CEO of the North East Link Authority. Several awards were presented on the night. The event was kindly sponsored by SIDRA SOLUTIONS
Sam Linke, Manuel Lawrence and David Nash will be presenting on their exciting overseas trips to North America, Hong Kong and the ITE Annual Meeting in Toronto. ITEANZ provided financial assistance for these study trips through the Worldwide Learning Opportunities program. A range of topics will be covered, including ITS, pedestrian-orientated design, wayfinding and some […]
Traffic Engineering and Management gives a comprehensive overview of traffic engineering and management practice. It provides guidance in the planning, design and operation of traffic systems in a single text, letting the reader gain a broad background understanding of the subject quickly and easily. It is written for students entering the traffic profession, new professionals […]
ITE Student Members can now access Learning Hub Webinars for free ITE student members can attend live webinars offered through ITE’s Learning Hub for free. This offer is good for live webinars only, and for those that are scheduled on or after 1 November 2017. Check out the upcoming Learning Hub webinars here. The […]
We are very pleased to see that the ITE Monash University Student Chapter has been re-established. This is a great way of developing the next generation of transport engineers and creating strong links between students and the profession. The students who form the Student Chapter Committee are: Jey is a dedicated and enthusiastic 2nd year […]
Public Transport for Melbourne: Where’s the Plan? You may be interested in attending this public forum, hosted by the RMIT Centre for Urban Research. In August 2016, over 300 people gathered at RMIT for a forum called ‘What’s the Plan?’, to hear about the transport issues facing Melbourne. Over a year later, with projects such […]
JUST NUMBERS? Using and abusing transport modelling and cost-benefit analysis RMIT Centre for Urban Research Talking Transport Public Seminar, Episode #5 Date: Thursday, 19 October 2017 Time: 5:30 to 7:00 pm Venue: The Green Brain, Building 16, Level 7, RMIT City campus, 360 Swanston Street, Melbourne Regularly, announcements of major transport projects proceeding, being rejected or coming under scrutiny […]
Mr Joel Docker is the most recent recipient of an Austraffic Worldwide Learning Opportunity grant. Joel is an undergraduate student at Monash University and has been accepted to present a paper at the Australasian Transport Research Forum in Auckland in November 2017. His research project is on the topic of cycling infrastructure, under the supervision […]
Nomination for the following ITEANZ awards are now open: Contribution to the Transport Profession Award – for someone who has made a major contribution to the profession over a sustained period Sustainable Transport Award – for a person or organisation which has made a major contributions to sustainable transport Emerging Professional of the Year Award […]
A very interesting seminar was held on 12 September 2017. About 50 people attended to hear about how transport technologies are evolving. Population and travel continues to grow but transport infrastructure is struggling to keep up. Our expert presenters gave their views on the future of travel. The speakers were: A/Prof Hussein Dia – update on […]
Join Melbourne’s transport and innovation communities at the third TransportCamp Melbourne. The exciting ‘unconference’ format enables attendees to share and explore ways to improve mobility across the city. Melbourne TransportCamp is being organised by CrowdSpot, Phillip Boyle & Associates and Good Cycles with support from the City of Melbourne providing the venue. Date: Friday, 6 […]
Date: Thursday, 21 September 2017 Time: Event starts at 5.30 pm sharp. Complimentary food and drinks will be served from 5 pm. Venue: Level 5 Theatrette, 121 Exhibition Street, Melbourne Speakers: Rob Morgan, Andrew O’Brien and Mark O’Brien Surely Stop signs are safer than Give Way signs? What about left turn slip lanes vs. no […]