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.
MaaS platforms are expected to replace over 2.3 billion urban car journeys each year by 2023, according to a new study from Juniper Research.
A new intelligent transport system that will provide customers with real-time information is being developed in Sydney.
A trial is underway to provide free Wi-Fi on Transperth public transport services in WA.
The Queensland Government will provide funding to support further development of its electric super highway.
The Tasmanian Government has launched initiatives aimed at reducing emissions from council heavy vehicles and encouraging councils to adopt electric vehicles.