The Transport Academic Partnership (TAP) 2020–2025 is a $3.7 million agreement between Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads, the Motor Accident Insurance Commission (MAIC), the University of Queensland, and two other local universities. TAP builds on the collaborative, cooperative relationship and arrangements between the partners to undertake strategic transport research and development. Its aim is to address future transport challenges and create a single integrated transport network accessible to everyone.
In this funding round, UQ|UP’s Dorina Pojani was awarded a research grant to evaluate separated bicycling tracks in new developments. Government partners include Robyn Davies and Joshua Hannan. The project is valued at $60,000 for the period of 2023-24, with the potential for a one-year extension at the same value.