What we do
Our team specialise in assisting governments and large organisations to plan, implement and evaluate transport initiatives focused on reducing car use – helping to create liveable, resilient cities and regional centres.Find out more
The Institute demonstrated an exceptional understanding of world's best practice in balancing the needs of different modes of transport and integrating more walking and cycling into local travel.Vincent Conroy, Place Manager, City of Canada Bay, 2018
Who we are
We are led by Dr Elliot Fishman, a transport planner specialising in transport innovation and sustainable mobility. We have been helping government clients for over a decade in everything from energy risk planning to city-wide bike share programs in New York City and London. We have undertaken work for the OECD, the Singapore Government and numerous state and local governments.
We are equally at home immersed in datasets that crash Excel through to transport focus groups and community engagement.Find out more
We develop strategic transport policies designed to make cities work better - economically, socially and environmentally.
Our most recent publications
New Book: Bike Share
There are now over 2,000 cities with a bike share program. Bike Share examines all the major developments in the 50-year history of bike share.Read Article
Cycling as transport
This article introduces a Special Issue of Transport Reviews dedicated to research on transport cycling in cities.Read Article
Global bike share: What the data tells us about road safety
Some analysts had forecast a rise in the number of bicycle crashes after the introduction of bike share, but empirical research on bike share safety is rare.Read Article