Our research approach to urban transport is based on the vision of an integrated multimodal transport system. A system that makes use of information and communication technologies and interacts with the built environment to promote a seamless flow of people and goods. Our team works on theories, methods, tools, and case studies that contribute to policymaking, planning, management, and operations of multimodal systems. We aim to advance the development of more accessible, equitable, safe, and sustainable societies and economies.
We develop holistic approaches and obtain comprehensive results when investigating complex issues in transport, such as the future of connected and automated vehicles and roadways, the next generation of public transport and MaaS systems, disruptive shared mobility services, and city logistics. The Australian Integrated Multimodal EcoSystem (AIMES) serves as the platform for our multidisciplinary research efforts that are divided in four pillars.