Mobility Trends

Implications of emerging transport trends

Mobility Trends

This mini-course on Mobility Trends explores the implications of emerging transport trends for Moving People.

What you will learn in this course is how to analyse potential directions to consider in transport planning, particularly in urban areas.  And an analysis tool to use to help your thinking.

In this training you will learn how to identify the implications of emerging trends for Moving People.

This self-study course will show you how to analyse the implications of emerging trends for transport planning.  

What is in the course?

  1. Video presentation [22 mins mp4]
  2. Audio (from video) [mp3]
  3. Notes - view online   [10 page PDF] 
  4. CORE Analysis guide and template  [4 page PDF]


Learn at your own pace

when, where, how you want

Professional Practice
Develop your professional capability, increase productivity and enhance career opportunities.

Online Learning
Online course materials with video, notes, and template. A proven process developed and learning experience  

What previous students said

  • Gave me a much wider perspective of planning for transport 
  • Provides a clearer context for multimodal planning   
  • Presented some new concepts for me to consider and use   
  • Very relevant to what I am doing right now   
  • Provided knowledge to support previous project experience   
  • Greater understanding of the wider context of  transport planning   
  • Highlight the need to be more strategic and broad minded of multimodal solutions to meet transport needs of the future

When does the course start?
The course starts as soon as you enrol! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.

How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course - across any and all your available devices.

How much does this course cost?
The course costs $29.70 (including GST as applicabLe)

Phil Charles

Professor Phil Charles is a practitioner and skilled educator and trainer with wide-ranging experience in government, consulting and academia. He has extensive experience in strategy development, business cases, transport planning and operations and professional capability development.

Phil is an Honorary Professor at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, an Adjunct Professor at the University of Southern Queensland and has qualifications in civil engineering, transport, business and public administration and higher education.