ABOUT THE MOBILITY RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP™
The Mobility Research Partnership (MRP™) is an independent research body born out of a partnership between academics and researchers across Australia and New Zealand.
Working with its partners, the MRP™ catalyses research on sustainable transport to identify and promote priority pathways to reduce global transport emissions and other topics, including:
Mobility’s economic and social value to a city, including strategies to address transport poverty and promote social inclusion.
The environmental impact of micromobility in improving air quality and reducing transport emissions
Understanding the current and potential future use of micromobility as a mode of transport, and its impacts on car-use and car-ownership
Delivering safe and sustainable transport futures
MRP™ continues to grow its academic collaborations globally with the aim to educate and inform towards a less emitting transport future.
We're always looking for partners to join us on the journey. If you're an academic, industry expert or researcher interested in the field of sustainable transportation, please reach out to us on email@example.com
An overview of how the University of Auckland’s TRC operates
The University of Auckland’s Transportation Research Centre (TRC) is dedicated to conducting research covering all transportation aspects. We explore a broad range of transportation and mobility research, including transport safety, construction materials and infrastructure design and asset management, traffic systems, AI and advanced modelling, new transport technologies, user behaviours, and public transit.