Stay Connected

Net Zero Corridors and ET Oz

Image Icon
Net Zero Corridors and ET Oz


WA and Vic




Net Zero Corridor






Lead Partners


Hawaiian, SBEnrc


The concept of Net Zero Corridors moves from precinct-scale to city-scale transformation using mid-tier transit routes as enablers of high-quality urban regeneration. Many of the net zero features and place qualities can be addressed at a precinct level, whilst improved financial and fiscal outcomes, as well as city-wide accessibility are achieved through corridors.

Initial corridor case studies will include a route from Knutsford to Fremantle, which intersects with the Knutsford Urban Regeneration Precinct, and a route from Stirling to Curtin which intersects with the Curtin Bentley campus precinct. A third case study will be in Melbourne along the Caulfield to Rowville corridor connecting with Chadstone Shopping Centre and Monash University’s Clayton Campus.

Central to this research is the adaption and testing of an open-source US scenario modelling tool called Envision Tomorrow. Dubbed ‘ET Oz’, the Australian version aims to support decision making processes for optimising  urban regeneration and net zero outcomes.



Research papers, industry fact sheets, as well as events and podcasts will be available here as the project evolves.

Latest News


Our Partners

Meet the team of industry, government and academic partners collaborating on this research project

Frame 32
DevelopmentWA_Logo_Horiz_CMYK Hesperia_Logo_Ma SBENRC RIGHT Hawaiian-2COL-RGB UniSA GU_Logo_International_3 Line Stack_red_rgb UTS Monash Uni

Curtin’s support includes the CISCO Curtin Centre for Future Networks


Sign up to hear more from us, and find out about events, resources and reports produced as part of this research
Skip to content