Australia in the slow lane on autonomous vehicles

Australia ranks only 14th (out of 20 countries rated) in its preparedness for autonomous vehicles, according to a new report. KPMG’s new global ‘Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index’ report rates four factors for autonomous vehicles (AVs) readiness. Australia scores reasonably well on AV-related policy and legislation, but after the demise of local vehicle manufacturing, rates very […]

‘Government gets Ubered all the time’

NSW Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Andrew Constance, is a bit of a conference junky. His latest outing was at’s annual ‘Dreamforce’ conference in San Francisco, where he had some interesting things to say about the future of transport in his home state. “Government gets Ubered all the time,” he said in his presentation. […]

NSW taxi reforms now in effect

On 1 November new regulations came into force in NSW for taxis, hire cars and rideshare services such as Uber. The reforms are the result of a consultation process the State Government began in 2015 with the appointment of a Point to Point Transport Taskforce, which took over 200 submissions and reported to the Government […]


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