Founded in 1983, Austraffic has undertaken thousands of traffic and transport studies in all states and territories of Australia, and New Zealand. Our commitment is to deliver cost effective data of the highest quality, presented in a format that is practical to you.

Our traffic engineering and information technology specialists, can assist you with every element of survey design, analysis and presentation of reports. Austraffic's methods are based on over 33 years experience providing traffic and transport data collection services to a wide range of clients, from State Road Authorities, to Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering Consultants, major Shopping Centres, Airports, and State and Local Government Authorities.

Austraffic undertakes hundreds of studies every year, including: traffic counts, speed, classification and travel time; origin destination of cars, trucks, pedestrians and public transport; transport planning data collection; traffic impact assessments; parking occupancy and accumulation; interview and behavioural surveys.



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Austraffic Western Australia are looking for an experienced Operations/Project Manager to manage and deliver traffic survey projects, based in Perth.

Recently, Federal Minister for Urban Infrastructure and Cities, The Hon Paul Fletcher MP opened the world’s first lab for planning future cities, at the University of NSW.  In his opening address he said that the first big trend he observed was “the explosion of data of all kinds”

The following speech was presented by Austraffic's Managing Director, John Reid, at the Victorian State Budget Lunch held by the AITPM’s Victorian branch, and attended by State Minister for Roads and Road Safety, Luke Donnellan.  

Just before the Victorian budget was handed down, the treasurer Tim Pallas was reported as saying "You can't just build transport connections, you have to build communities."

The AITPM and Austraffic have a great affinity with this sentiment.

At the 2017 AITPM National Conference, keynote speaker Brent Toderian from Canada said, “to understand traffic in cities you have to understand cities and people”.

And now we have much more information on which to measure our impact and performance.

Yesterday the Federal Minister for Cities opened the world’s first lab for planning future cities at the University of NSW.  The first big trend he has noted is “the explosion of data of all kinds”.

Data is the foundation of any project. However, we must ensure the foundation is sound.

We need to remind ourselves of the adverse consequences of putting our faith or staking our reputations on data that could be all wrong.

Proudly sponsored by Austraffic, to help celebrate International Women’s day, the AITPM VIC State Branch will be ho

We are delighted to announce Austraffic is once again a proud supporter of the Brisbane Lions Women's team for 2018, as the official shorts partner.  

Sam Linke graduated in 2010 in civil engineering and the History and Philosophy of Science.

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