Australia’s economy has been hit hard, sliding into its first recession in three decades. But our households – especially the most vulnerable, those in the first two income quintiles – have been hit the hardest.
The transport industry in Australia is under enormous pressure to reassert its relevance and add value to its clients.
The barcode – a simple collection of lines printed on a piece of paper – is one of the most important inventions of the 20th Century.
Not all standards are good things and truly great things are never standard as with the case when the space shuttle program was limited by the US standard railroad gauge.
I often get asked what I consider to be the biggest threat to the transport industry and the answer is pretty simple – technology.
If you spend all your time looking for the next big thing of the future you will miss all the little evolutions that are creating it right now.
Australia’s transport system is on the cusp of major and permanent disruption.
We’re not in Jetson territory yet but autonomous, electric vehicles will take us one step closer and could be the primary form of transport in our cities in the next…
Earlier this month, I attended the International Driverless Cars conference at the Adelaide Convention Centre. There was a lot of pre-conference hype from local media about the test drive that…
Opal – the recent ticketing overhaul for transport services in NSW has been greeted with a warm welcome from the state’s weary commuters. The concept of one electronic ticket appeals…
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