A new initiative in NSW is designed to use artificial intelligence technology for road safety improvements and to reduce vehicle-related fatalities.
Automated cars designed to drive themselves using an automated lane keeping system could be introduced in Britain by the end of the year.
A new trial in the Northern Territory will see custom-made drones with a flying range of 250 km delivering life-saving medicine to remote communities.
The Queensland Government will conduct a three-year trial of five Hyundai NEXO fuel cell electric vehicles, powered by locally manufactured hydrogen.
The Tasmanian Government is calling for expressions of interest in developing a new ticketing system for Metro Tasmania, as it moves towards state-wide ticketing.
The NSW Government has signed an $80 million deal with Siemens to provide a digital train management system for Sydney's rail network.
Newcastle is one step closer to a brave new world of automated transport with the unveiling of the city's new driverless shuttle bus.
On-road connected and automated vehicle technology trials will soon begin in Victoria as part of the government's plan to improve road safety.
All levels of Australian government are working to help usher in game-changing transport technologies, including autonomous and electric vehicles.
A new inquiry into automated mass transit has been launched by the House of Representatives Infrastructure, Transport and Cities Committee.
An autonomous public transport vehicle will be trialled by the City of Newcastle in 2019.
A series of smart city engagement activities will be held around Newcastle for innovators and entrepreneurs.
In order to prepare for the pending arrival of automated vehicles, the federal government will establish an Office of Future Transport Technologies.
Thermal imaging cameras are being used along Melbourne's rail network in order to improve safety and service for passengers.