If you are in the transport industry, the one bill that will really make you wince every time you look at it is your fuel bill.
The global population is predicted to hit 9 billion by 2050 and two out of every three of these people will be living in cities. But that presents a massive logistics challenge.
The policy landscape for electricity market reform is complex, with many different proposals spread across state governments, the federal government and energy market institutions.
The Autonomous Vehicles revolution is coming and Australia has the opportunity to learn from the rest of the world
Planning today for an autonomous vehicle future is essential, because it is not a question of if, but when they becomes ubiquitous.
Australia’s transport system is on the cusp of major and permanent disruption.
While the fourth industrial revolution has swept through the wider economy, infrastructure has largely been stuck in the past. But smarter rather than more is the key to infrastructure operations.
The infrastructure we plan today will need to anticipate the future and the ways new technology will overcome our current constraints.
High quality and efficient infrastructure is a major driver of national economic growth and productivity.
Infrastructure participants have been talking about the concept of social license for some time. Initially created by the mining sector in an attempt to come to terms with the growing…
Traffic congestion is one of the biggest challenges facing Australian cities and regions. It affects our liveability, productivity and global reputation as a destination of choice for investment. Despite several…