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Webinar: Opportunities in Artificial Intelligence Applied to Road Network Operations
This webinar, presented on 16 July 2019, provides an overview of opportunities to apply artificial intelligence to road network operations.
Webinar: Current Practice and Developments in Concepts of Operations across Road Agencies in Australia and New Zealand
This webinar, presented on 21 November 2017, provides an overview of new guidelines to help network operations planning staff develop a Concept of Operations (ConOps), a best practice resource. The webinar was presented by Mark Rowland. The…
Techniques for Incident Management to Support Network Operations Planning
This report investigates current local and international incident management techniques and proposes an Australasian incident management framework that supports network operations planning.
Development of the Accessibility-Based Network Operations Planning Framework
This report extends the Austroads network operation planning framework to address transport accessibility issues.
Level of Service Metrics (for Network Operations Planning)
This report documents a level of service (LOS) framework for network operations from the perspectives of different road users.
The application of Network Operations Planning Framework to assist with Congestion Management and integrated land use and transport
The Austroads Network Operation Planning Framework (the Framework) was developed in 2009 however it is not widely used by road agencies. This research aimed to understand each road agency’s approach and consider how the Framework could be improved…
Impact of Lower Speed Limits for Road Safety on Network Operations

This project achieved the objective of consolidating the available research on the impacts of lower speed limits on network operations. It extended this knowledge to bridge an identified knowledge gap regarding urban arterial roads by modelling the…

Guidelines for Selecting Techniques for the Modelling of Network Operations
The evaluation of road network operation schemes often requires the use of modelling to forecast the performance of proposals. There is a variety of modelling techniques available, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Certain modelling…
Network Operations Planning Framework
The increase in the demand for transport services which is forecast to continue into the foreseeable future has placed greater focus on infrastructure and non-infrastructure solutions to meet that demand. Further, there is growing recognition of the…
Understanding Network Performance Information Provided to Road Users
The objective of this study was to identify performance information that are understood and would be used by all road users to make informed road transport decisions and that would assist road managers' in decision making in relation to the…