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  • Congratulations to Melbourne City FC’s Rhianna Pollicina and Sydney FC’s Anthony Caceres, voted by their peers as the Austraffic PFA Players of the Month for their performances in the A-Leagues in January.

  • Melbourne Victory’s Jake Brimmer and Sydney FC’s Cortnee Vine have won the PFA’s Austraffic A-Leagues Player of the Month Award after impressing their peers in December.

  • Congratulations to Western United's defender Leo Lacroix on receiving the Austraffic x Professional Footballers Australia Player of the Month Award for November.

  • Austraffic is proud to announce that we are an official partner of the Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) Player of the Month Awards for the 2021/22 A-Leagues seasons.

  • Big data is fast becoming a catchphrase to infer superior information, but having a large sample size is not helpful if the numbers are inaccurate, and they don't truly represent what we think we are measuring.

    Austraffic's Managing Director John Reid discussed this during his presentation at the 2021 AITPM Online Conference Series.

  • Brisbane Lions Women's team thank Austraffic for their ongoing support as an official sponsor, with special thanks to Caralyn and Martin Jordan-Williams.

  • Austraffic COVID-19 Response

  • AITPM Victoria Golf Day 2019

  • Some of our photographs from the 2019 AITPM National Conference last month in Adelaide. We had a great time, and already have big plans for next year in Brisbane!

    There were some fantastic presentations this year, including keynotes from Phil Jones, presenting on "Streets as Places", and Prof. Graham Currie who elaborated on his 2018 paper "Lies, damned lies, AVs, shared mobility, and urban transit futures".

  • Joel co-authored a paper "Safe Roads for Cyclists: An Investigation of Australian and Dutch Approaches". Through the ITE Worldwide Learning Opportunity Program, with funding from Austraffic, Joel travelled to New Zealand to present the paper at the the Australasian Transport Research Forum.

  • Engineers have been seen as having a narrow, nerdish approach, but our profession has been embracing a much wider range of inputs and we are adapting to them.  Data needs to be evaluated with a greater understanding, and if done properly it will identify a whole new realm of ideas and directions.

  • Human Centred Design is about discovering the behaviours, motives and needs of specific communities. Transportation planners and urban designers are beginning to understand that if you want a thriving, livable city, you have to prioritise the well-being of all the people who live there.