Tuesday 28th Feb, 2017
Graphic: The Conversation

City streets become a living lab that could transform your daily travel

A project set up north of Melbourne’s CBD aims to create a living laboratory for developing a highly integrated, smart,…
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Inner West Light Rail, CAF rollingstock. Photo: Creative Commons / Abesty

Spotlight placed on light rail red signal breaches

An intense emphasis on stopping large trains from passing stop signals is great, but more attention is needed on the…
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Aurecon CEO Giam Swiegers. Photo: Aurecon

Disruption the new norm: Aurecon boss

Swift adaptation to change in the infrastructure sector is more important than ever, Aurecon chief executive Giam Swiegers has said….
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(Indicative image only) Artist's impression: Melbourne Metro Rail Authority

How Australia can spread the benefits of our bulging infrastructure pipeline

ANALYSIS: With one of the world’s largest infrastructure pipelines, Australian governments could leverage their procurement spending power to benefit the…
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Delegates at AusRAIL PLUS 2015. Photo: RailGallery.com.au

AusRAIL Call for Papers: 40 days remain

Rail experts from around the region have until March 10 to submit abstracts for papers to be delivered at this…
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Photo: Oliver Probert

Albo slams Turnbull’s ‘reinvented wheel’

Shadow minister Anthony Albanese says the Coalition’s plans to publish a report on major cities in 2017 is “simply reinventing…
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Crowding Sydney Trains. Photo: Transport for NSW

EoIs opened for “on-demand” public transport ideas

Transport for NSW has opened the Expressions of Interest period for developers interested in generating a series of pilots based…
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Hitachi social innovation forum. Photo: Hitachi / Twitter

Rail a focus of Hitachi’s $1.25bn plan

Hitachi has announced it will invest heavily to accelerate collaborative creation with its Australian partners across several industries, including rail….
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