Meead was first exposed to urban cycling at the University of Oregon. At Monash, he established “City Science” - using open data to create spatial visualisation.Read More
In total, there were 24 fantastic TransportCamp sessions that were proposed during 'agenda setting'. You can take a look at the final agenda matrix.
Our amazing Guest Bloggers created a blog post for each unconference session. Each post includes all the essential session details, links and a sumamary of all the key points of discussion.
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Warwick is a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne Using data to drive decisions for safer cycling.Read More
In regional Victoria, some towns already have on-demand buses. For example, buses only operate when there are passengers. Mobility on demand - buses only operate if there are enough passengers, and will be more personalised based on the passengers’ destinations; demand-responsive serviceRead More
Multimodal networks - one stable, easy-to-use network for all at all times. OpenTripPlanner analyses all possibilities and informing you the best possible method of travel.Read More
The AURIN is accessible for free with an .edu.au account, providing a huge variety of spatial data from different sources, including maps and visual representations.Read More
Too much focus on Melbourne, but not enough in Geelong, the La Trobe Valley and the Mornington Peninsula.Read More