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David Brown of Driven Media recently interviewed Laura Aston, recipient of the Austraffic/ITE World Wide Learning Opportunities Award. Laura is a PhD candidate specialising in Human Centred Design and its application in transport planning and land use.

The inaugural AITPM and Monash University Traffic Engineering and Management workshop will be held next month on Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th of March 2019.

Tyler O'Hare was a recent recipient of the Austraffic ITEANZ World Wide Learning Opportunities Award and had this to say about his trip to the USA.

Applications are now open for the AITPM New Zealand Study Tour Award 2019. The award provides for one AITPM member to attend the Institution of ENZ TG conference in Te Papa, Wellington next year.

As National Platinum Sponsors and Corporate AITPM Members, Austraffic are proud to continue their 33-year affiliation by participating in the 2018 AITPM National Conference.

Recently, Federal Minister for Urban Infrastructure and Cities, The Hon Paul Fletcher MP opened the world’s first lab for planning future cities, at the University of NSW.

The following speech was presented by Austraffic's Managing Director, John Reid, at the Victorian State Budget Lunch held by the AITPM’s Victorian branch...

We are delighted to announce Austraffic is once again a proud supporter of the Brisbane Lions Women's team for 2018, as the official shorts partner.

Sam Linke graduated in 2010 in civil engineering and the History and Philosophy of Science. She is now the technical leader of transport modelling at the consulting firm Jacobs....

Proudly sponsored by Austraffic, to help celebrate International Women’s day, the AITPM VIC State Branch will be holding an event to celebrate women in the transport industry and how the industry is working to encourage and support women. 

ITEANZ is offering financial support for young members to attend worldwide conferences, meetings or other professional events which would allow them to interact and learn from other professionals, thanks to sponsorship from Austraffic.

It is said that big data is a kilometre wide but only a millimetre thick. It is providing us with a lot of numbers but the information can lack depth....