PATREC Event: Working from Home – What recent evidence is telling us

Register on Eventbrite by clicking here.Attendance available "in-person" or online via Microsoft Teams. Please feel free to share this with your colleagues, bring along your lunch and join us for this research seminar, featuring a strong line-up of eminent WA presenters from UWA, Curtin University and the Committee for Perth,...

New Project: Modelling perimeter controls: Detailed simulation

In our previous project (Improved network performance prediction through data-driven analytics and simulation), we have numerically simulated perimeter control (gating) based on macroscopic fundamental diagrams (MFDs). The results demonstrated the benefit of gating and how the Perth road network could be optimally divided into multiple zones for this purpose.As the...

New Project: A Smart Transport Technology Roadmap for Perth

We have recently been awarded a new project which will aim to develop the Smart Transport Technology Roadmap to identify and progress the deployment of promising technologies that can best address key transport and mobility challenges in Perth, Western Australia (WA) over the next three to five years. The broad...

PATREC researcher wins 2020 Aspire Award

Transport economics researcher Dr Sae Chi will attend an international conference in her field thanks to the Business Events Perth Aspire Awards and The University of Western Australia. Dr Chi plans to use the award to attend the International Transportation Economics Association Conference and School. “Attending this conference will allow...