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TUESDAY 30 JULY 2019

6.00pm – 8:00pmConference registration
6.00pm – 8:00pmWelcome and Pre-Conference Cocktail Party
  

WEDNESDAY 31 JULY 2019

8:00am – 5:00pmRegistration
9:00am – 9:30amOpening Address and Welcome, National President with Minister Stephan Knoll
9:30am – 9:40amWelcome to Adelaide
9:40am – 10.20amKEYNOTE SESSION: PHIL JONES
10:20am – 10:50amMorning Tea

10.50am - 12.30pm - Concurrent Sessions 1-4

 
CONCURRENT SESSION 1:
CONCURRENT SESSION 2:
 
CONCURRENT SESSION 3:
CONCURRENT SESSION 4:

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

City Street Design

TRANSPORT
PLANNING

Planning and design for safer cycling infrastructure

TRANSPORT AND LAND USE MODELLING

Integrated Modelling

TRANSPORT PLANNING ADVISORY

Planning for Customer Centric Transport

Streets Undressed? Increasing place value and safety through street re-design
Mel Fyfe & Richard Jones
TTM Consulting
Forecasting of cycling danger risk to improve user journey choices
Phil Gray
VicRoads
Another perspective on land use-transport integration models: integrated demand forecasting for household transport, energy, water and waste
Michael Taylor & Nicholas Holyoak
University of South Australia & Flinders University
A Human Centred Approach to Transport Planning
Michael O'Brien, Rachel Flitman & Laura Stewart
Aurecon
Reclaiming Our Streets
James Laing
GTA Consultants
Perth, WA: how one of the world’s most car-centric cities is developing plans for a network of safe cycling infrastructure
Warren Apter & Matt Root
Department of Transport WA & Flyt
One city many perspectives - how well does the city serve the varying needs of its residents
Peter Davidson & Morgan Weston
TransPosition
Planning for Customer-focused Public Transport
John Devney GTA Consultants
Urban design for urban arterials: main roads as the next frontier for investment attraction and liveability
Michael McKeown
Jensen PLUS
Improving Cyclist Safety: Protected Intersections– A Practical Approach
Adrian Lim
Safe System Road Infrastructure Program, VicRoads
Working with integrated modelling? How mobile phone data can help you validating demand distribution
Tamara Djukic
Aimsun SL, Aimsun Pty Ltd
Indigenous-led design
Michael Hromek
WSP Australia
Christchurch - Building a city for people
Steffan Thomas
Christchurch City Council
Shifting the focus of local bicycle network design
Giles Graham
SITE planning + design
A national view of transport accessibility to essential services
Abstract submitted by Sophie Perrygrove, Digital Marketing Manager
Dan Saunders
Basemap & Department for Transport
Engaging communities through an experience: Digital engagement and gamification to build Australia’s infrastructure
Nina Milinkovich Aurecon
12:30pm – 1.30pmLunch

1.30pm - 3.10pm - Concurrent Sessions 5-8

 
CONCURRENT SESSION 5:
CONCURRENT SESSION 6:
CONCURRENT SESSION 7:
CONCURRENT SESSION 8:

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

New Lessons with Traffic Management

TRANSPORT
PLANNING

Planning for Better Designed City Streets

TRANSPORT AND LAND USE MODELLING

Innovative Modelling

TRANSPORT PLANNING ADVISORY

Future Directions for Public Transport Planning

Raised Intersections at Traffic Signals in Victoria
Sarah Morris & Andrew Backman
VicRoads & SMEC
10 ways how the Movement and Place approach improves planning and design processes for urban streets
Natalya Boujenko
Intermethod
Towards Further Automation of Traffic Model Development
Richard Isted
Jacobs Group
Are Trackless Trams game-changers for Australian Cities? The case of Adelaide
Daniel Conley, Charlie Hargrove, Martin Lamber, Peter Newman & Daniel Osborne
University of Adelaide, Curtin University and Arup
Pedestrian Protection at Signalised Intersections
Lachlan Moir & Jon Douglas
Department of Transport and Main Roads QLD
Streets of the future - a Movement and Place approach to new mobility
Mary Haverland
WSP Australia
The Unreliability of journey-time reliability measurements
Emily Moylan, Dr Sisi Jian, Kasun Wijayaratna & Professor Waller
University of Sydney
Rail transport project planning under uncertainty: a real options approach
Kinghorn Robert, Jacqueline Burger & Lulu Zen
KPMG
A comparative update on experiences with local area traffic management in Australia and New Zealand
Peter Damen
Level 5 Design
Hoddle vs Light vs NURP – designing an ideal street network
Murray West
MRCagney
Simplified Tour-based Model
William G Allen Jr & Fillippo Contiero
Citilabs
Sustaining the Strategy: Plans Outlasting Politics
Anthony Simmons
Aurecon
Seaford Roundabout - Pedestrians, crashes & speed requires an innovative solution
Darren Blasdale
City of Onkaparinga
How Tauranga's streetscapes are changing face
Lucy Godfrey & Sarah Dove
Mott MacDonald
Traffic Assignment Frameworks - For robust strategic mobility planning in large-scale networks
Dave Keenan, Tamara Djukic, Paolo Rinelli, Joan Roca, Jose Peranau, Sergio Pujadas & Jordi Casas
Aimsun Pty Ltd
There’s no such thing as a Transport project
Graham Pointer
WSP Australia
3.10pm – 3.40pmAfternoon Tea

3.40pm - 5.00pm - Concurrent Sessions 9-12

 
CONCURRENT SESSION 9:
CONCURRENT SESSION 10:
CONCURRENT SESSION 11:
CONCURRENT SESSION 12:

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

Advances in Road Safety

TRANSPORT
PLANNING

New Ways for Station Planning and Design

TRANSPORT AND LAND USE MODELLING

Advances in Modelling

FREIGHT, PORTS AND AVIATION

Planning for Mobility as a Service

Road Safety Auditing in Virtual Reality
Lindsay Smith
SMEC Australia 
Application of Movement and Place to stations – A new approach to station classification and access planning
Christian Bodé, Dominique Tropy, Katrina Hynes, Matthew Petherick, Jon Morris & Chris Wilson
GTA Consultants, Transport for Victoria (DEDJTR)
Rapid Deployment Dynamic Traffic Assignment
Michael Mahut & Peta Bosa
INRO & Portland Metro
Opportunities in Mobility as a Service
Pete Davis & Mary Haverland
WSP Australia
Yarra's road safety innovation
Ross Evans & Danny Milcan
Yarra City Council
Shaping transport nodes: aggregated design influences and the architecture of transport
Michael Kahn
Cox Architecture
Unmet demand in transportation modelling
Robert Dus, Matthew Petherick, John Morris & Chris Wilson
GTA Consultants
Shared automated vehicles and the future role of publc transport
Maddison Hoey, Lana Hall & Jon Frew
KPMG Australia
Crash Reduction using Mass Action
Matt Harridge & Terry Alexandrou
O'Brien Traffic
Station Personalities: Understanding the compatibility of people and place
Saskia Noakes & Dr Jason Thompson
GTA Consultants and Melbourne University
Active Mode Access Tool – identifying stations & hubs with strong walking & cycling potential
Miki Oravec & Claudia Nguyen
Transport for Victoria (DEDJTR)
Public sentiment and urban transport: correlations with use of mobility services
Dylan Melson & Dr Ryan Falconer
Arup
5.15pm – 6.15pmAITPM AGM
6:30pm for 7.00pm startConference Dinner (Adelaide Convention Centre)

 

THURSDAY O1 AUGUST 2019

9.00am – 10:00amKEYNOTE SESSION: J D HUNT AND GRAHAM CURRIE
10.00am – 10.20amMorning Tea

10.20am - 12.00pm - Concurrent Sessions 13-16

 
CONCURRENT SESSION 13:
CONCURRENT SESSION 14:
CONCURRENT SESSION 15:
CONCURRENT SESSION 16:

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

Alternative Transport Options and Managing Transport Corridors    

TRANSPORT
PLANNING

Public Transport Planning and Delivery    

TRANSPORT AND LAND USE MODELLING

Urban and Regional Modelling

TRANSPORT PLANNING ADVISORY

Planning for Future Generations    

Bike Share, experiences and future possibilities
Shane FitzGerald
Arup
North East Public Transport Study (NEPTS)
Leigh Dalwood, Raj Srithar & Daniel Osborne
Public Transport Program Alliance (PTPA)
Development of a Transit Service Planning Network Model for the NSW Rail Network
Daniel Florian & Sin It Foong
INRO
Improving the lives of families with young children – Good transport planning can make a difference
Emma Forde
Arup
Residents' Benefit Scheme
Kirstin Palmer
PSA Consulting (Australia)
The Airport Access Challenge
Matthew Hinton & Colum Crawford
Mott MacDonald NZ and Australia
Modelling Regional cities
Reece Humphreys, Jon Morris, Majed Marzouk & Chris Wilson
GTA Consultants
Driving change in a city centre: Perth’s parking policy 20 years on
Alison Bunbury & Michelle Prior
Department of Transport, Western Australia
How to successfully close Melbourne's busiest arterial
Lindsay Smith  & Justin Lu
SMEC Australia / Real Time Traffic
Australia’s Biggest Public Transport Project: City-shaping with Sydney Metro West
Michael Jensen & Samantha Phillips
Sydney Metro, Transport for NSW
What goes on inside a zone? - The secrets of intrazonal modelling
Morgan Weston & Peter Davidson
TransPosition
Travel Behaviour Variation across Sydney
Isabella Kim, Kasun Wijayaratna & Sisi Jian
Cardno, UNSW
Prioritisation and Efficiency of Buses in Sydney
Roopa Jogunoori, Brad Hamilton & Angus Sturrock
Roads and Maritime Services
Station Link - The art and science behind one of Australia's biggest transport challenges
Seamus Christley & Matthew Onell
Transport for NSW
Modelling the impacts of road user charging in Australian cities
Daniel Veryard & Audrey Mak
Veitch Lister Consulting
Co-designing your region
Ellie Simpson, Julie Gee, Ben Cebuliak & Matthew Dudley
Transport for NSW
12.00pm - 1.00pmSit Down Lunch

1.00pm - 2.40pm - Concurrent Sessions 17-20

 
CONCURRENT SESSION 17:
CONCURRENT SESSION 18:
CONCURRENT SESSION 19:
CONCURRENT SESSION 20:

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

Understanding Travel Patterns Better

TRANSPORT
PLANNING

Planning to Influence Parking Demand

TRANSPORT AND LAND USE MODELLING

Modelling Data and Analysis

TRANSPORT PLANNING ADVISORY

Managing Major Events    

An Analytics-Based Approach to Targeted Queue Protection and Road Safety
Ashish Dhanjee & Timothy Jennings
SMEC Australia
Right-sizing parking: An evolution of 'parking caps'
Jacob Martin
Cardno
Employment Decentralisation in Sydney
Jessica Athayde, Dr Edward Robson & Dr Kasun Wijayaratna
University of New South Wales
GC2018 Travel Demand Management - Fitting a square peg into a round hole
Matt Ryan, Lisa Marchsll & Zoe O'Malley
Jacobs, City of Gold Coast
Data-of-Things: leveraging tech to enrich data collection
David Barnes
TTM Consulting
Can high quality public transport support reduced car parking requirements for new residential apartments?
Chris De Gruyter, Elizabeth Taylor & Long Truong
RMIT University, La Trobe University

If you build it, they will come: A practical guide to managing optimism bias in transport planning and modelling
Alan Kleidon & Mehdi Langroudi
SMEC and Main Roads Western Australia
Managing network disruptions and encouraging sustainable travel behaviour change: the Sydney experience
Haluk Camcigil, Adrian Barritt, Susie Garland & Helen Johnson
Mott Macdonald, Sydney Coordination Office (Transport for NSW)
Suburban Shopping Centres - Changing Travel Patterns and Trip Generation
Benjamin James, Damien Bitzios & Vince Taranto
Bitzios Consulting, Roads and Maritime Services NSW
Park 'n' Ride in South East Queensland
Vincent Doran & Elizabeth Schofield
Department of Transport and Main Roads QLD
Using big data to answer regional transport planning questions
Ben Cebuliak, Daniel Arthur & Roniga Hang
Transport for NSW
The importance of Network Intelligence and Transport Systems to the future of the Gold Coast
Alyson O’Rourke
City of Gold Coast
PBS and last-mile access - keep up the good work
Philip Roper & Peter Eady
O'Brien Traffic
Prioritising demand management interventions at Park ‘n’ Ride sites in South East Queensland
Cathie Norton
Arup
Behavioural impacts of automated and zero emission vehicles using the Melbourne Activity and Agent Based Model
Praveen Thakur & Renan Grace
KPMG Australia
 
12.00pm - 1.00pmAfternoon Tea

3.00pm - 4.20pm - Concurrent Sessions 21-24

 
CONCURRENT SESSION 21:
CONCURRENT SESSION 22:
CONCURRENT SESSION 23:
CONCURRENT SESSION 24:

TRAFFIC ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT

Considering Autonomous Vehicles    

TRANSPORT
PLANNING

New Findings on Transport Accessiblity

TRANSPORT AND LAND USE MODELLING

Emerging Trends in Modelling

TRANSPORT PLANNING ADVISORY

New Approaches in Transport Economics 

Early adopters of autonomous vehicles: how important are travel needs, government policies and vehicle characteristics?
Sadaf Aminamansour, Simon P. Washington, Carlo G. Prato, & Zuduo Zheng
The University of Queensland

Applications of Public Transport Accessibility Levels (PTAL) in SydneySahan Wijayaratna & Yanni Huang
Transport for NSW
The power of visualisation in connecting smart cities
Oliver Looker
NGIS
Transport economics: a new paradigm
Ben Mason
Frontier Economics
What will the role of the road network manager be with the advent of CAVS?
David Lowe
Jacobs Group
Using accessibility metrics to plan new public transport lines
Rafid Morshedi, John Trieu, Pete Davis
WSP Australia
The development of a web-based visualisation platform for transport modelling
Nick Veitch & Laurie Nicol
Indicatrix
Financial impacts of automated and zero emission vehicles in Melbourne
Oliver Crane & Daniel Morgan
KPMG Australia
Pavement Markings for Machine Vision
Chris Jones
Austroads, WSP
Using Accessibility for Project Prioritization
Vipul Modi, Matt Pettit & Chad Tucker
Citilabs, Virginia DOT
Application of machine learning for mode choice estimation
Branden Yang & Daniel Harney
Jacobs Group
Risky business - Embedding risk evaluation principles within Cost Benefit Analysis
Owen Lewis, Stuart McCully, John Matthews
EY
4:20pm – 5.00pmYOUNG PROFESSIONALS' SESSION
  
5:00pm – 5:15pmConference Close
6:30pm – 9:30pmSocial Networking Evening - Adelaide Oval
  

FRIDAY 02 AUGUST 2019

Active Transport Modes Workshop

 

Walking Tour In the City of Adelaide

What types of cycleways attract cyclists
Graham McCabe, Urbis

Exploring Shared-bike Travel Patterns using Big Data from Chicago and Budapest; Implications for Adelaide
Ali Soltani, Tamas Matrai, Andrew Allan & Stephen Berry, University of South Australia; Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Is sustainable transport only for latte-sipping inner city dwellers?
Sachin Prasad, SMEC Australia

Active transport implementation: is path dependence limiting change?
Karen Wright, SGS Economics & Planning/Swinburne University

Opportunities and barriers to rail trail development in WA’s south west
James Pearse & Sarah Court, WSP and Department of Transport (WA)

Frome Street Bikeway
Paul Simons, Tonkin

Walking Tour in the City of Adelaide

Smart City Planning Workshop

 

Graham Currie with tram and O-Bahn bus tour

Atherstone Smart City Precinct
Derrick Hitchins & Warwick Keating, SMEC Australia

Mobility as a Service with Autonomous Vehicles in Regional Towns – the untold story
David Freer & David Blaie, SMEC Australia

Delivering the Sydney Clearways Program – Our Approach to Working with the Community
Hilary Johnson, Ben Shannon & Sonia Jacenko, Roads and Maritime Services

Journey on a Set Back Bus Lane – Anzac Highway, Adelaide
Teresa Xavier, John Buckland & Peter Herpich, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

Factors Influencing Public Transport Patronage for Work Trips: A Study within the Adelaide Metropolitan Area
Keyvan Pourhassan, Sharvari Bhuskute & Sekhar Somenahalli, University of South Australia

O-Bahn Bus Tour to Golden Grove

Transport and Land Use Modelling Forum

 

Keynote Speaker: Professor JD Hunt
Speaker: Tom van Vuren - Big Data 

Land-Use/Transport Integration for Demand Modelling
Renlong Han, Department of Transport, Western Australia

Deja Vu All Over Again - Another Look at Australian Public Transport Trends
Steven Piotrowski & Graham Currie, SMEC & Monash University

One step closer to the future of transport: Modelling the effects of CAVs and shared mobility in strategic models
Lawrence Leung, &Aliasgar Inayathusein, Veitch Lister Consulting

Panel Session: All presenters Q&A

Milking life out of the old workhorse
Vikas Sharma, SMEC Australia

Google Maps Travel Time Data: How does it compare to other data sources?
Premraj Dorai Rajoo, Jacobs Group

Unexpected changes: how will we know where the malls are?
Anthony Fransos, Arcadis Australia Pacific

Variability in Traffic Counts and Implications for Traffic Modelling
Frank Milthorpe & Mandy Liu, Roads and Maritime Services

Panel Session: All  presenters Q&A

Young Professionals presentation

Transport Modelling Network Wrap-Up