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Australia Must Prepare for a Transport Revolution
Infrastructure
Tuesday May 14 2019

Australia Must Prepare for a Transport Revolution

“Cleaner cars and transport aren’t just good for the environment – they are cheaper to run”.

Victoria’s Road to Autonomous and Zero Emission Vehicles
Infrastructure
Friday March 15 2019

Victoria’s Road to Autonomous and Zero Emission Vehicles

Last September, RAC WA purchased Australia’s first on-demand driverless car in Perth when it paid €300,000 ($490,000) for the ‘Intellicar’ from driverless car maker Navya.

Australia Needs New Road Rules for Driverless Vehicles
Technology
Wednesday June 28 2017

Australia Needs New Road Rules for Driverless Vehicles

Right now, some of the basic principles surrounding rules of the road in Australia are straightforward.

Driverless Shuttles Coming to Adelaide Airport
Infrastructure
Thursday March 23 2017

Driverless Shuttles Coming to Adelaide Airport

Transfers between Adelaide Airport's long-term car park and the terminal are going driverless with the introduction of three experimental shuttles.

Australia’s First Driverless Bus
Infrastructure
Thursday September 1 2016

Australia’s First Driverless Bus

Australia's first driverless and electric shuttle bus has began operating on a road containing other traffic in a trial in Perth.

Korea Plans Network of Smart Highways
Civil
Wednesday August 31 2016

Korea Plans Network of Smart Highways

South Korea has outlined an ambitious plan to build in the next three years a network of smart expressways, adapted to electric vehicles and self-driving cars,...

How Can We Make Self-Driving Cars Actually Happen?
Infrastructure
Wednesday August 10 2016

How Can We Make Self-Driving Cars Actually Happen?

“You sit, you relax, you don’t have to do nothing. It knows when to stop, it knows when to go.”

Autonomous Vehicles Will Worsen Urban Congestion
Urban Planning
Tuesday May 31 2016

Autonomous Vehicles Will Worsen Urban Congestion

The introduction of autonomous vehicles will create major challenges for urban planners, and heighten the need for smart city technology that can manage traffic flows more...

New Poll Finds Majority Reluctant to Travel in a Driverless Car
Urban Planning
Monday May 30 2016

New Poll Finds Majority Reluctant to Travel in a Driverless Car

UK Government and companies such as Google, Ford and Uber are all championing driverless car technology, but according to this latest public survey much more work...