Public Transportation Systems

Public Transportation Systems (PTS) is a cooperative research group from Australia and abroad. PTS interlinks academia with industry through collaborative research.

Current research includes, dynamic adaptive planning to modernize Melbourne's ageing transportation networks, effects of pandemics on public transportation patronage, among others. Particular interest for PTS lies in determining innovative system efficiency drivers, evaluating device performance, enhancing  System optimization and integration. Other areas of transportation are also considered.

PTS Members

  • Dr. Koorosh Gharehbaghi, RMIT, Australia
  • Dr. Bambang Trigunarsyah, A/Professor, RMIT, Australia
  • Dr. Chris Eves, Professor, RMIT, Australia
  • Dr. David Paterno, RMIT, Australia
  • Dr. Farshid Rahmani, RMIT, Australia
  • Dr. Kathryn Robson, RMIT, Australia
  • Dr. Ken Farnes, RMIT, Australia
  • Dr. Maged Georgy, RMIT, Australia
  • Dr. Neville Hurst, RMIT, Australia
  • Dr. Woon-Weng Wong, RMIT, Australia
  • Dr. Amin Hosseinian-Far, The University of Northampton, UK
  • Dr. Francesca Pagliara, A/Professor, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
  • Dr. Kerry J McManus, Professor, Swinburne University, Australia
  • Dr. Kong Fah Tee, University of Greenwich, UK
  • Dr. Per Hilletofth, Professor, Jönköping University, Sweden
  • Matt Myers, Heriot-Watt University, Dubai, UAE
  • Jennifer McIntosh, Transport for NSW, Sydney, Australia
  • Matt Hughes, VicRoads, Melbourne, Australia
  • James Martin, EIC Activities, Melbourne, Australia
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Contact PTS

If you would like to know more about the Public Transportation Systems Group please contact koorosh.gharehbaghi@rmit.edu.au.

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