More cities worldwide are experimenting with zero-fare public transport.
A new Uber-style disruption could make urban transport more flexible and responsive for travellers.
Cities around the world are reducing traffic speeds and improving access to local services and activities by public transport, cycling and walking. They are now reaping the many 'slow city' benefits.
It has happened with software, computing and entertainment, but we're still waiting for the platform needed for mobility as a service to reach its full potential.
UNSW Sydney today welcomes the NSW Government’s official launch of the L3 Light Rail line.
The UNSW City Futures Research Centre project presents important data on how the community is taking to a major piece of expanding infrastructure.
A new campaign targeting sexual assault on public transport is a positive development but is unlikely to generate substantive, longer-term change, writes Bianca Fileborn.
UNSW and French researchers will work with transport operators to optimise new ‘on-demand’ solutions to improve public transport congestion, economy and safety.
Yes, lockout laws have succeeded in decreasing crime in certain neighbourhoods. But an analysis of transport data points to different impacts across the city, writes Phillip Wadds.
To increase public transport use requires a holistic approach, writes Jenny Stewart.