Infrastructure Victoria launches final advice on automated and zero emission vehicles

In October 2017, the Victorian Government asked Infrastructure Victoria to provide advice on what infrastructure is required to pave the way for highly automated and zero emissions vehicles. The resultant reports are now the most comprehensive body of evidence in this area in Australia and, arguably, the world.

Today, Infrastructure Victoria launched its final advice on zero and automated vehicles infrastructure which includes 17 recommendations.

SGS Economics and Planning is proud to have contributed to this unique body of evidence and advice by helping Infrastructure Victoria assess the land use impact of automated and zero emission vehicles using our digital tools TIM and SAM.


Download Infrastructure Victoria's advice on automated and zero emission vehicles infrastructure:

Contact SGS Principal and Partner Terry Rawnsley or SGS Senior Consultant Gerard Lind for more information.