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The Research Centre for Integrated Transport Innovation (rCITI) has continued to expand and strengthen its network across campus and with relevant government and industry.

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TRACSLab
The TRAvel Choice Simulation LABoratory, or TRACSLab, is a world-first in transportation visualisation. Using driving simulators networked together, researchers are able to study travel behavioural characteristics using complex variables to mimic particular real life traffic situations... More details
GoGet Carshare
rCITI is partnering with car share organisation GoGet to develop technology that promotes safer and more fuel efficient driving behaviour. Data is being collected through a state-of-the-art Integrated Intelligent Vehicular System (IIVS) installed in one of of GoGet’s fleet vehicles... More details
Ramp Metering
In order to find ways to reduce travel time and increase driver safety on Sydney’s roads, the NSW Dept of Roads and Maritime Services has engaged rCITI to study ramp metering systems around the world to find out what is working and why... More details
Surplus Food
Thousands of tons of fresh food is thrown into landfill each year by the food industry. Researchers at rCITI are working with not-for profit organisations like Foodbank and OzHarvest to optimise ‘rescue’ and distribution operations for this food using complex planning and management systems... More details
Modelling Disease Spread through Global Transport Systems
Researchers are studying the impact transport systems have on the spread of infections diseases into new areas in our increasingly globally physically connected world. The aim is to be able to predict the impact transport systems have to minimise economic loss due to burdens on local healthcare systems... More details
TfNSW
Transport for NSW has engaged rCITI in a three year partnership to work on enhancing the planning and management of the NSW integrated transport system. By developing and incorporating world-leading methodologies the project will create the next generation of analysis techniques for NSW... More details
Travel Demand Modelling
Modelling the demand for transport is a vital component of urban design and planning. Researchers at rCITI are exploring new efficient and adaptive methods of modelling that can take into consideration multiple behavioural variables of travellers providing more realistic results... More details