Dr Tiebei Li

Dr Teibei Li is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Urban Research.

Tiebei is a quantitative geographer whose research focuses on developing a spatial understanding of urban and transport systems in the Australian urban environment.

A strong component of his research lies in the application of quantitative geographical methods for urban and transport modelling and analysis.Tiebei has been a lead CI on many ARC Linkage, AHURI, AURIN, and iMOVE funded projects. His research and applications span a number of areas, including land use and transport interactions, residential mobility, commuting and urban productivity, green transport distribution, and regional development and housing issues.

He also sits on the international editorial board for the Journal of Transport Geography.

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Think taxing electric vehicle use is a backward step? Here’s why it’s an important policy advance

26 November 2020

The South Australian and Victorian governments have announced, and New South Wales is considering, road user charges on electric vehicles.

Publications

A Road User Charge on Electric Vehicles

Professor Jago Dodson, Dr Ian Woodcock, Mr Nathan Pittman, Dr Tiebei Li, Associate Professor Crystal Legacy

RMIT Centre for Urban Research

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