Future Transport Technology
In a first for NSW, technology is being trialled to capture high levels of CO2 inside recycled construction material to produce concrete.
Passengers on the Dubbo to Broken Hill NSW TrainLink coach service can take part in a trial of free Wi-Fi and boosted mobile phone signals.
Around 1800 more buses in regional NSW are to be fitted with technology allowing bus users to get real-time trip information.
Using world-first camera technology, Transport for NSW is continuing to install machine learning traffic cameras across the state’s north.
Using world-first camera technology, Transport for NSW is continuing to install machine learning traffic cameras across the state’s west.
Transport for NSW is undertaking research and development to prepare for the deployment of automated vehicle technologies.
Smart sensors have been installed in the Kingswood area. Transport for NSW and Penrith City Council are conducting the trial with the intent to monitor kerb use and inform on vehicle and pedestrian activity.
The On-road Connected and Automated Vehicle (CAV) Bus Trial is the first trial onboard a full-size, passenger-carrying, zero-emissions bus in NSW.
Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs) are game-changing technological innovations with the potential to transform the movement of people.
Research designed to explore the application of the Movement and Place Framework using immersive virtual environments.
Transport for NSW identified its Authorised Inspection Scheme (AIS) online application had been impacted by a cyber-incident.
Foundational research designed to support shared space design concepts and applications in NSW.
Collaborative research designed to review the current community transport ecosystem in Australia.
Voluntary guidelines for the introduction of any new stevedore landside charges, notification periods and explanation of price increases.
To help prepare our road network for autonomous vehicles, Transport for NSW ran the Cooperative Intelligent Transport Initiative to test and
With human error estimated to contribute to around 90 per cent of road accidents, technologies that can assist the driver and eventually aut
The Armidale Regional Driverless Initiative (ARDi) explores how automated vehicles can improve customer safety and mobility in regional NSW.
Transport for NSW partnered industry and universities to test and trial an an automated smart shuttle at the Sydney Olympic Park precinct.