Best Transport podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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The Reinventing Transport show provides practical help and encouragement on urban mobility issues for an international audience. It is for anyone, in any country, pushing for local changes to urban transport and public space, especially if you want your city to be more socially just, sustainable, safe, productive, full of great places and much better at helping us all to flourish. Intro and outro music: "So Far So Close" by Jahzzar via http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Jahzzar/Tumbling_Dishe ...
 
Providing leading insight into key transport issues both in the UK and internationally.
 
Austroads latest webinars. Sharing transport research and trends.
 
Podcast by Talking Transport - the AITPM Podcast
 
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Podcast by Paul Hutton
 
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Avec Marie St Lo, Stéphane Roy et William Vachon
 
From the creators of Transport Topics, RoadSigns is a podcast about trucking's future. In each episode, you'll follow a transportation journalist on a singular pursuit for the most solid answer to a critical question and meet interesting people along the way. Listen at roadsigns.ttnews.com.
 
A trance selection in 30 minutes dj set...
 
Transport Lesson Plan Playlist of Mini Minstrels Songs - for use alongside the Mini Minstrels book 'All Aboard - First Stop for Mini Minstrels' available to purchase from www.miniminstrels.co.uk.
 
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Kai and Collins magnificent podcast that will go viral on any site possible
 
An informed, humorous and irreverent look at motoring and transport from Australia and overseas. Featuring motoring & transport news, road tests, feature interviews & quirky stories. Overdrive is not just for 'rev heads' but covers subjects in a manner that reflects on our everyday transport experiences as well as our dreams and aspirations for more exotic transport. Presented by motoring broadcaster David Brown with regular contributors Errol Smith, David Campbell, Brian Smith and Paul Murr ...
 
Soundcloud page of Transport World Africa editor, Tristan Wiggill. Topics covered include intermodal transport in Africa, logistics, distribution and supply chain.
 
These online audio resources consist of lectures, seminars and interviews from the Transport Studies Unit at the University of Oxford.
 
The Motor Transport Podcast is an easily digestible look at the week in road transport.Category: Business News© Copyright DVV Media International Ltd.Production music courtesy of Epidemic Sound.Clean Lyrics
 
Dundee Museum of Transport's weekly look at events the museum is running in Dundee.
 
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In the Talking Transport podcast for Wednesday SMART Highways editor Paul Hutton talks new ways of enforcement, automated valet parking, carmakers' views on mobility and hears a Chinese view on connectivity.These podcasts are sponsored by Michigan Economic Development Corporation, SWARCO, Jenoptik and SNC-Lavalin business Atkins.Jenoptik talk a ...…
 
It's the biggest ITS World Congress to date, the 25th staging of the event this year from Copenhagen in Denmark and Paul Hutton of SMART Highways is there to report on the main talking points each day.These programmes are sponsored by Michigan Economic Development Corporation, SWARCO, Jenoptik and SNC-Lavalin business Atkins.In today's programm ...…
 
The first half an hour of the opening ceremony at the ITS World Congress featuring a range of VIP speakers including His Highness the Crown Prince of Denmark.
 
With only days to go to the opening of the 25th ITS World Congress in Copenhagen, SMART Highways editor Paul Hutton looks ahead to some of the main talking points of the event to get you in the mood for one of the must-attend events of the year.These podcasts are sponsored by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, SWARCO, Jenoptik and S ...…
 
This webinar, provides an overview of Austroads’ Guideline for Minimum Levels of Componentisation for Road Infrastructure Assets, and how to apply it. It covers: • the need for the Guideline • the inconsistencies in current industry practice • how the Guideline can be used to drive harmonisation for terminology, asset classification structure a ...…
 
Hello and welcome to Overdrive, a program that takes an expansive look at the world of cars and transport. I’m David Brown And in this program, we look at news stories with David Campbell including: 1. Royal couple's electric Jaguar E-type Zero coupe will go into production 2. Fewer than 1 in 3 new car shoppers agree with proposed EPA rollback ...…
 
This webinar, summarises the findings of Austroads’ Australia and New Zealand Roads Capability Analysis 2017-2027. It covers • current breakdowns of the roads skilled workforce in Australia and New Zealand • state of play and outlook for roads activities and skills demand • insights from industry survey and interviews on existing capability con ...…
 
With only a few days to go before the biggest ITS World Congress ever, taking place in Copenhagen from 17 to 21 September this Talking Transport looks ahead to some of the things going on, some of the main topics of debate and about an ITS success story.These podcasts are sponsored by Michigan Economic Development Corporation, SNC-Lavalin's Atk ...…
 
Margarita Parra and Paul Barter discussed lessons from her 8 years directing the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation grant-making aimed at reducing transportation-related air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Show notes at https://www.reinventingtransport.org/2018/09/reducing-transport-emissions-lessons.html…
 
Stories from the 2018 National ConferenceTim Boxall chats with Clements Chan, the 2018 Young Professional Award Winner from Victoria, about his time in the transport industry so far and favourite memory from the 2018 National Conference. In the second part of the show, join David Brown as he interviews Paul Steely White and Dr Ryan Falconer dir ...…
 
Hello and welcome to Overdrive, a program that canvases issues related to cars and transport. I’m David Brown And in this program, we look at news stories with including: 1. Holden to invest $120m a year on local engineering and design 2. Kia motors showcases next-generation separated sound zone technology 3. Revealed: The biggest menace on the ...…
 
Hello and welcome to Overdrive, a program that contemplates issues related to cars and transport. I’m David Brown And in this program, we look at news stories with including: 1. New York limits ride sharing Services 2. Tesla to Delist? 3. Chinese Electric car start-up to list? 4. South Korea to temporarily ban some BMW’s 5. Ford Territory in Ch ...…
 
Carlos Felipe Pardo and Paul Barter discussed the intriguing and neglected idea of "slowness" in urban transport. Detailed shownotes are at: https://www.reinventingtransport.org/2018/08/slowness.html
 
Imagining battery-powered trucking seems easier these days. Cool, sleek semis seem to be all over the trucking news and, even, dotting the popular press. But what about real business? Are electric vehicles REALLY poised to break through in commercial transportation? Other alternative fuels have held similar promises: to cut fuel costs, eliminat ...…
 
Hello and welcome to Overdrive a program that considers all aspects of cars and transport. I’m David Brown And in this program, we look at news stories with including: 1. Daniel Ricciardo to leave Red Bull to join Renault 2. Audi is testing 5G production robots 3. Ferrari Shares Dive 4. GM Seeks Tariff Exemption to Keep China-Made SUV on U.S. M ...…
 
Singapore's urban transport is a well known success. But, in this episode, Paul Barter shares a warts-and-all version of Singapore's transport history, including surprising twists, little known mistakes and some neglected successes. Shownotes are at https://www.reinventingtransport.org/2018/08/singapore-story.html…
 
Have you ever wondered HOW we will deploy automation in the trucking industry? Certainly, truck manufacturers, industry suppliers and technology firms are all placing their bets on what the automated future will look like. The emerging legal and regulatory framework that supports the system will clearly impact that picture further. Seth Cleveng ...…
 
This webinar, outlines the impact of BIM technology on location referencing and the proposed new theoretical framework to develop a National Location Reference Hub. It covers: • importance of critical business models for Austroads asset management harmonisation • interpretations of location, location reference methods (LRM) and location referen ...…
 
Interview with the energetic Todd Litman, founder and Executive Director of the Victoria Transport Policy Institute (VTPI), who explained some key problems with conventional urban transport planning and why we need multi-modal urban transport planning. Check out the show notes at https://www.reinventingtransport.org/2018/07/todd-litman.html…
 
The history of the building of the UK's motorways is a fascinating story. This podcast features the stories from Howard Stevens and John Carrington who were involved with the design and building of the motorway and have also played key roles in preserving the history of motorways.
 
Lessons learned from the three years of the VENTURER driverless car project in southwest England is the main topic of conversation in the latest Talking Transport podcast, along with a look ahead to the forthcoming ITS World Congress.“From a technology perspective it is quite a challenge to put together an integrated system which consists of di ...…
 
This webinar outlines ways to optimise the use of marginal and non-standard materials and gain best value from the successful performance of standard materials. It covers: • applying a proposed assessment process to a wider suite of material types for use in sealed roads • future directions in this research • an evaluation framework for materia ...…
 
Hello and welcome to Overdrive a program that ponders the purpose of cars and transport I’m David Brown And in this program, we look at news stories with including: 1. 2018 car sales get the staggers 2. Tesla reveals plans for Chinese plant as new tariffs start to bite 3. Toyota supports hydrogen-powered autonomous boat 4. BMW group and Great W ...…
 
This webinar outlines a set of principles for the presentation of Austroads' Network Performance Indicators which could underpin increased use and application across road agencies in Australasia for both current and future iterations. It covers: • how performance is measured in other areas and sectors • eight key principles for presentation of ...…
 
Hello and welcome to Overdrive, a program that practices what it preaches, most of the time, on the subject of cars and transport. I’m David Brown And in this program, we look at news stories with David Campbell including: 1. Tesla Ute 2. Porsche smashes all-time Nurburgring record - with onboard video 3. Where 3 Million Electric Vehicle Batter ...…
 
Episode 2 of the Reinventing Transport podcast features Shreya Gadepalli of ITDP India discussing Complete Street plans (or street space reallocation) in India. Shreya was upbeat about the rapid spread of efforts to reallocate street space in India. She shared how projects in Chennai and Pune (in particular) are dramatically improving condition ...…
 
Join Tim Boxall, Dylan Melsom and Zoe Wilks as they preview the 2018 AITPM National Conference. With four full Conference days and an additional Freights, Ports and Aviation Stream, the Perth Conference is shaping up to be the biggest and best yet. For more information and the full program, head to aitpm.com.au…
 
In this special Talking Transport podcast, SMART Highways editor Paul Hutton is joined by his colleague Dom Browne, the editor of Highways Magazine, the deputy editor Chris Ames and Traffex Seeing is Believing's Content Director Adrian Tatum.The four journalists discuss some of the main points of the successful event at Bruntingthorpe in Leices ...…
 
This webinar provides an overview of progress and key lessons learnt from three major Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) trials in Australia. It covers: • ARRB/ConnectEast/VicRoads development of road certification criteria for partially automated vehicles on motorways through testing of a range of vehicles equipped with traffic sign recogn ...…
 
This webinar provides an overview of a guideline that aims to provide asset management practitioners with an understanding of the factors that contribute to enabling and sustaining continual improvement. It covers: • the factors that contribute to achieving and sustaining continual improvement. • how to create an environment conducive to contin ...…
 
In a busy second podcast from Traffex Seeing is Believing, SMART Highways editor talks innovation, investment and international.After picking out some of the sessions from the day's conference we go back to Wednesday on the track with commentary from a crash test. Two more crash tests take place on Wednesday afternoon at 2.30.We hear from Highw ...…
 
CIHT Regional Voices part two - International Women in Engineering Day 2018. This podcast is about celebrating the fantastic female Commitee Members 'raising the bar' across the Regions. The podcast speaks to Stephanie Wilson of CIHT East Midlands, Hayley Palmer of CIHT North West, Michelle Wood of CIHT London and Carolyn Rollo of CIHT Scotland ...…
 
The major Traffex Seeing is Believing event is taking place at Bruntingthorpe in Leicestershire showing off the best in highways innovation and transport technology and SMART Highways editor Paul Hutton is there to talk to demonstrators, exhibitors and visitors.In today's programme he talks to the man who planned the conference, Adrian Tatum ab ...…
 
You may not have heard him before, but you'll probably have seen him. The Stig from Top Gear. Well one of those drivers from the Clarkson/May/Hammond era of the programme joins us on Talking Transport today as Ben Collins discusses driverless cars at a VENTURER open day.In a wide ranging interview he talks about why a racing driver would want t ...…
 
This webinar summarises the results of a domestic and international review of recently-developed ITS technologies. It covers: • technologies that were evaluated, including a qualitative indication of their costs and benefits • evaluation methodology that was developed to evaluate the quality of published ITS performance studies. The webinar was ...…
 
This webinar provides an overview of the updated Austroads microsurfacing guidelines and model specification. It covers: • major changes to the microsurfacing guidelines and specifications • related test methods • materials and emerging technologies. The webinar was presented on 14 June 2018 by Steve Patrick.…
 
Hello and welcome to Overdrive, a program that looks at the factors affecting our attitude and actions to motoring and transport. I’m David Brown And in this program, we look at news stories with including: 1. MIT's new self-driving car navigates without road markings 2. Sweden builds life-size slot-car track for long-distance electric-car char ...…
 
Hello this is Overdrive a program that tries to spread the word about trains, planes and automobiles. And in this program, we look at news stories with including: 1. NHTSA Confirms Newer Cars Much Safer Than Older Ones 2. Crashes caused by idiots, not speedsters, says road safety advocate 3. New law to tackle electric cars’ silent menace to ped ...…
 
The final Talking Transport podcast from Detroit 2018 has plenty of thought leadership, a connected vehicle demonstration, two-continent innovation and no less than seven exhibitors.Andrew Dubner from 3M Connected Roads tells us about the growth in connectivity between what is on the roadway and in the car as the human driver no longer has to b ...…
 
In this episode, we set out to answer a question - what does the move toward autonomy mean for the truck driver? To get that answer, Transport Topics Managing Editor of features, Seth Clevenger, approaches two people at the forefront of developing this technology who are responsible for driving this movement despite representing two very differ ...…
 
The second podcast from the ITS America Annual Meeting 2018 in Detroit, sponsored by 3M Connected Roads, concentrates on initiatives to help new ideas get support in order to make a difference to the way we travel.SMART Highways editor Paul Hutton talks to new ITS America Hall of Famer Kirk Steudle, the Director of Michigan DOT who tells him th ...…
 
"The technology's cool and there's some pretty amazing stuff here, but the whole point of it is to save lives and make people's lives better..." said ITS America President and CEO Shailen Bhatt on today's Talking Transport podcast. And it's a very safety-filled programme as we also talk about a new ITS America initiative with Together for Safer ...…
 
In this podcast from the Transport Network, sponsored by 3M Connected Roads, we set the scene for the ITS America Annual Meeting in Detroit talking to the Director of Michigan's Department for Transportation Kirk Steudle who discusses his support for ITS, the challenge of finding funds to innovative new projects and the Annual Meeting itself.We ...…
 
This webinar provides an introduction to the Pedestrian Facility Selection Tool and a demonstration on how to use it with a fully worked example. The tool is designed to help Australian and New Zealand practitioners select the most appropriate type of pedestrian crossing based on walkability, safety and economic outcomes. It covers: • the resea ...…
 
Dr Rachel Aldred is a Reader in Transport at the University of Westminster. Today (17 May 2018) saw the launch of a number of key reports by Rachel on injury risk. The interview with Rachel seeks to answer questions such as: 1. How many un-reported road injuries are there? Who is most affected? 2. Do drivers using residential streets put pedest ...…
 
The second podcast from Cold Comfort 2018 in Coventry features more fascinating chat from exhibitors and thought leaders at the annual winter maintenance conference and exhibition…Today we talk about quantifying the benefits of the solutions provided with SafeCote's MD Mark Dutton and hear lessons learned from Somerset County Council after they ...…
 
Cold Comfort is the annual winter maintenance conference and exhibition, now in its 27th year. It's taking place at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.In the first of two programmes from the event, we hear about innovations in vehicle technology from Schmidt, talk to the Chair of NWSRG, Chris Cranston from Devon County Council, and also hear from the ...…
 
Dr Nicholas Falk, winner of the Wolfson Prize for his work on garden cities talks to CIHT about the failures of successes of urban planning in the UK, what we can learn from other countries and the dire consequences of getting it wrong. The podcast is of interest to anyone involved in transport planning or the recent NPPF consultation.…
 
This webinar provides best practice recommendations for the development of Road Safety Infrastructure Programs (RSIPs) that align with the safe system approach. It covers: • a best practice structure for the development and implementation of RSIPs • guidance to demonstrate how program development and implementation can be improved to make great ...…
 
This is the first episode of the Reinventing Transport show. It is a short Trailer to let you know what to expect from future episodes, which will start in June 2018.
 
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