• Cyclist Crashes in Queensland

    Using police reported crash data for Queensland, we have visualised the spatial distribution of incidents in which a cyclist was involved.

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  • City of Melbourne – Disruptive transport innovation

    It's difficult to think of a time in which transport technology has developed as quickly as it is now. Apps able to summon rides at the tap of a screen, cars that can drive themselves and large-scale, GPS enabled bike share. These were all once fanciful ideas that have in one form or another arrived in our cities.

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  • Green Travel Plans

    We help developers gain approval for projects that seek to reduce the amount of car parking provided. These plans are grounded in Travel Demand Management strategies, all designed to reduce the need for unnecessary car use.

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  • Cycle Safe Course Review

    Commissioned by the South Australian Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, this project evaluated the impact of adult cycling proficiency courses.

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  • Shared and app based transport innovation seminar

    This seminar tackled the issue of how technology is changing the way we travel and the implications for policy making. Keynote speakers included Professor Allan Fels AO, Uber and Professor Graham Currie.

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  • Sustainable transport challenges in Melbourne

    The Institute for Sensible Transport were engaged by a group of Melbourne metropolitan councils to analyse data on city transport patterns and trends to produce an authoritative set of recommendations focused on improving the sustainability of Melbourne’s transport system.

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  • Campus bike share: Risk analysis and optimisation assessment

    In 2015 Monash University became the first Australian university to launch a fully IT based bike share program. The Institute for Sensible Transport conducted a pre-launch risk assessment to help guard against the low usage figures that other Australian bike share programs have experienced in recent years.

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  • Integrating cycling and public transport

    The Institute for Sensible Transport was engaged by the Victorian Department of Transport to conduct a technical evaluation of the carriage of bicycles on regional trains and coaches (buses). This study provided the Department with practical ways to accommodate the increasing demand from the public to integrate cycling with public transport.

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  • Cost and health benefit of active transport for Queensland

    In 2010, the Institute for Sensible Transport were commissioned by the Queensland Government to assess the costs and benefits of greater levels of cycling.

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