News and insights on infrastructure and integrated transport from Roads Australia
Future Leaders - should I stay or should I go?
In the first of our Future Leaders podcasts aimed at the next generation of industry leaders, we ask two senior industry figures about the decision-making processes they went through when facing the inevitable question: when is a career move the right...
Mobility as a Service (MaaS): where to next?
Mobility as a Service - or MaaS - is an idea that's as much 'in motion' as it is 'about motion'. The concept of planning, booking and paying for a seamless journey across modes isn't exactly new, but it's yet to gain significant traction here in...
Workplace diversity and flexibility: what can we take forward from the COVID experience?
If there's anything positive to come out of this COVID experience, it may be that work-from-home becomes part of 'the new normal' in the transport and infrastructure sector - and as a consequence, open up more opportunities for women to build their...
Building resilience into our infrastructure
The bushfire crisis of December - January has raised questions about the resilience of Australia's infrastructure, and more broadly the role of sustainability in project planning and assessment. So, what have we learned - and are we ready to take the...
Transport network pricing: new thinking on an old problem
How, what and when we charge users of roads and transport is a particularly sensitive topic for politicians and the broader community. In this episode, we're joined by Jonathan Spear and Moses Lee from Infrastructure Victoria to talk about new research...
What does COVID-19 mean for Australia's infrastructure pipeline?
Roads Australia's Michael Kilgariff and Mark Bowmer are joined by BIS Oxford Economics Associate Director Adrian Hart to look at what impacts the current COVID crisis will have on infrastructure delivery in Australia.