Armidale and Uralla are set to receive better public transport services with a revamped bus network from Monday 11 December.
Sydney Trains is undertaking maintenance work at Petersham station to protect the footbridge steelwork from corrosion, maintain the structural integrity of the bridge and extend the life of the structure.
Sydney Trains is carrying out maintenance work of the Hawkesbury River Bridge to improve safety and protect the steel structure from weathering.
Passengers are urged to plan ahead this weekend as essential Rail Repair Plan trackwork will take place on parts of the T1 North Shore and T9 Northern Lines.
Locals and visitors to the Coffs Harbour area are encouraged to get on board a better bus network operational from Monday.
The Tarro Rail Bridge will reopen to four lanes of traffic tomorrow morning, weather permitting, after completion of critical repairs
Motorists are advised of changed traffic conditions on the Sydney Harbour Bridge and tunnel, Warringah Freeway and M6 Stage 1 in Rockdale.
Work has started on repairs to the Tarro Rail Bridge and extra train services start Monday
Passengers are urged to plan ahead this weekend as essential Rail Repair trackwork will take place on parts of the T1 Western, T3 Bankstown, T4 Illawarra and T5 Cumberland Lines.
The Dubbo community is encouraged to get on board improved public transport in the city, with a better bus network operational from today.
Sydney Trains has identified the need to replace the existing footbridge across the rail corridor at Mount Colah, providing access to the Station, Pacific Highway and Pierre Close.
Passengers travelling on the City Circle are urged to plan ahead as essential Rail Repair Plan trackwork takes place this weekend.
Motorists are advised of changed traffic conditions on the Sydney Harbour Bridge and tunnel and in North Sydney and Kogarah from tonight for maintenance, Warringah Freeway Upgrade and M6 Stage 1 works, as well as heavy traffic around major event precincts.
Transport disadvantage is a truly complex problem. Older people, people with disability and those living in rural and remote areas are among the most likely to experience difficulties with access and mobility, but there are a wide range of causal factors and forms of exclusion that can make it difficult for people to access and use transport.
COVID-19 has resulted in a seismic change in the way we all work and travel. A notable change has been remote working away from the main office with much of this occurring from home.
A majority of the demand for travel and mobility can be classified as a derived demand, a
demand for a commodity or service that is a consequence of the demand for another need.
People travel to access employment, education, for commercial purposes or to participate and enjoy leisure activities.
The purpose of this pilot project is to use the Movement & Place Framework to guide the development and testing of a prototype streetscape design assessment system using immersive virtual environments (IVE), to gain insights into citizen perceptions of design elements and safe system treatments.
A literature review on cycling infrastructure design
This research is funded by iMOVE CRC and supported by the Cooperative Research
Centres program, an Australian Government initiative.
Transport for New South Wales (Transport) has partnered with iMOVE and La Trobe’s Centre for Technology Infusion
(CTI) to evaluate emerging technology options that can deliver Frictionless Ticketing.