Re-shaping the future of transport

What is the future of transport?

We are on the verge of a paradigm shift. By taking the opportunity to reshape rather than reset our transport systems, we can choose to retain our need to increase speed and convenience, but we can also put safety, equitable mobility and sustainability at the top of our agenda.

At the core of this change is how we utilise the wealth of transport data already at our fingertips. By amplifying the digital information we collect, we can respond to customers’ needs more effectively, make better investment decisions, better choices around operational assets and maintenance, and enhance financial planning and analysis.

Much of this transformation will revolve around the integration of our networks so that traditional public transport such as rail and bus align with and talk to on demand and last mile services such as ride sharing and mobility as a service solutions.

The same can be said for the way we transport goods. With the huge increase in home deliveries for both parcels and food, as well as changes in online shopping behaviour, we need to develop flexibility in our transport systems to manage sudden changes in capacity.

This increased pressure on network performance means that the transport sector is also actively looking for ways to reduce carbon emissions. Transport is one of the largest end users of energy and so from both a cost and environmental perspective, the need for owners and operators to speed up the decarbonisation process is both essential and exciting.

Join us on this fascinating journey to The Future of Transport.

Re-shaping the future of transport

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Moving forward with purpose in a post-COVID-19 world

Why should travel demand management be considered for cities and regions post-COVID?

The transition out of the pandemic offers unique opportunities to operate our existing transport systems more effectively. Using travel demand management, we can bring completely new experiences for transport operators, managers and those who depend on them.

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What is the future of transport for Australians?

By 2035 Australia will look different. People don’t seek mobility for the sake of mobility, they seek it to fulfil a purpose.

We asked more than 1300 Australians to imagine the future of transport, how they want to live, work, travel, buy food and have goods delivered in 2035.

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How will people and goods move around New Zealand in 2042?

Imagine it’s the year 2042. How do population growth and new technologies impact your transport choices?

Take our survey and help us understand how Kiwis will live, work, travel, buy food and have goods delivered so we can design a smart mobility future.

Learn more from our projects and case studies

Southwest Gateway Programme, Auckland

Aurecon is working on a series of transport projects that will provide more frequent, fast and reliable transport options around the south and east of Auckland.

Sydney Metro: Sydney Central Station

Aurecon is playing a leading design role in the $955 million project to transform Sydney’s Central Station – Australia’s busiest rail interchange.

Newcastle Light Rail

The Newcastle Light Rail project is the backbone to the city, transforming the CBD as a key part of the NSW Government’s Revitalising Newcastle program.
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CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION

Scott Smith

Scott Smith

Managing Director, Transportation – Australia & New Zealand (Acting)
+852 3664 6813
Lili Tao, Aurecon

Lili Tao

Managing Director,
Infrastructure – South East Asia
+65 64129470
Matthew Nield, Aurecon

Matthew Nield

Region Director, Transport, Land & Water – Middle East
+971 54 5666955

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