Our research is reshaping the nature of integrated transport policy, planning, optimisation, financing, delivery, and real-time management.
Non-Recurrent System Conditions
Developing novel methods to incorporate system volatility and extreme events into transport modelling, by examining new network behavioural models for transport planners for situations such as evacuation, pandemics and increased congestion resulting from unexpected incidents, infrastructure failure, or natural disasters.
Dynamic Regional Network Modelling
Advancing large-scale dynamic network assignment and mesoscopic simulation models for transport systems which are able to account for precise network dynamics on a regional scale for system-wide impact analysis.
Integrated Multi-Modal Transport System Analysis
Growing new theories and tools to examine the interaction of transport network usage with travel demand, land use, facility operations, multi-model management, and infrastructure deployment including Private Public Partnership (PPP) analysis.