Tag: Passenger

Transport & Logistics

The future of rail

The rise of urbanisation and ‘mega cities’ is demanding greater connectivity and efficiency in our transportation networks – and inviting a significant amount of innovation in the process. As a result, disruptive innovation is rife - occurring in all facets of the transport sector. In mass transit, recent examples can be seen in operating and…

21 Aug 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Transport & Logistics

Infographic: Crazy ways Australians get to work

If you drive to work and wonder why you are always stuck in traffic, you will be "pleased" to know that you are sharing the road with 13.3 million passenger vehicles... Almost 2 in 3 Australian commuters get to work by private car with just 1 in 10 replying on public transport. There are many ways to…

19 Jun 2014, by Informa Insights

Transport & Logistics

Social Media in Transport: Can we improve connectivity by making our journeys more social?

According to socialbakers.com, a social media analytics platform, more than eleven million Australians currently own a Facebook account. Every month, Australians are viewing the Twitter page 67 million times. The Metro Trains Melbourne YouTube video “Dumb ways to die” was viewed 2.7 million times in the first 48 hours alone. At the same time, the…

17 Jan 2013, by Informa Insights

Transport & Logistics

Better transport for regional development

The efficient movement of passengers and goods is of pivotal importance for Australia’s regional towns and cities. The provision of transport infrastructure and services for local communities supports economic development, promotes growth and leads to improved well-being. Regional Transport 2012 will take a closer look at the long-term passenger and freight transport requirements to support the advancement…

11 Jan 2012, by Informa Insights