TransPosition is the trading name of Peter Davidson Consulting, which has operated since 1993, with a special focus on the analytical side of transport, software development and land use planning. With a client list that includes a range of local governments, state agencies, national organisations and private developers; TransPosition has a depth and breadth of experience that makes it particularly well suited to integrated, multi-faceted or innovative projects.

Core Competencies

  • Integrated transport planning and project evaluation
  • Transport modelling
  • Strategic planning for public transport
  • Toll road analysis
  • Accessibility analysis
  • Statistical and economic analysis
  • Land use projections
  • GIS and technical software development

Key Achievements

  • Contributed to the planning of over $9 billion worth of transport infrastructure
  • Worked on due diligence for two of the world’s largest toll road transactions (sale of Queensland Motorways Limited and WestConnex)
  • Responsible for all traffic and transport issues in the successful business case for the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing
  • Developed a new modelling approach that overcomes many of the deficiencies of the traditional four-step model
  • Developed a transport model for the whole of Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria
  • Developed a detailed transport model with calibration for Brisbane, Toowoomba, Melbourne, and Sydney
  • Awarded best paper in the Transport and Land Use Modelling section at the AITPM National Conference 2015: “Modelling Autonomous Vehicles - What could this mean for the future of transport?”
  • Interviewed on ABC National radio on toll road issues

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Recent News


AITPM Conference videos

Here are two papers that were presented at the 2020 AITPM conference. The first is on income effects on travel behaviour, and the second shows microsimulation of an autonomous fleet.

TransPosition to present two presentations at the online-only 2020 AITPM conference

Like many things in 2020, the AITPM conference has shifted to an online-only format. TransPosition has prepared two presentations- one on income effects on travel behaviour, and one on microsimulation of an autonomous fleet. Join us for an online discussion on Thursday 20 August and 27 August.


TransPosition to present two papers at this year’s AITPM National Conference

We will be at this year’s AITPM National Conference in Adelaide on 30 July.


Christmas Party

The team celebrated the end of a busy year with a Christmas party at an escape room.


Peter Davidson presents at AITPM Half-day modelling seminar in Brisbane

I will be presenting at the AITPM half-day modelling seminar in Brisbane this week on the topic Rethinking destination choice, accessibility and the reasons for travel.
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