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If it were on a strategic plan with construction anticipated to commence several decades from now it would make a lot more sense.
by Alan Davies - 8/03/2019 - 7 comments
What's it going to take to reignite the demand for Brisbane CBD offices?
by Ross Elliott - 1/03/2019 - 2 comments
Although there’s never been a strong tradition of cycling in Australia's capitals like there is in many European cities, the availability of battery powered bicycles and scooters is potentially a game-changer.
by Alan Davies - 26/02/2019 - 18 comments
The start of the year is an opportune time to take a big-picture view of the state of passenger transport in Australia’s major urban areas. The key challenge for policy-makers is to
by Alan Davies - 6/02/2019 - 15 comments
Author and urbanist Richard Florida in The Creative Class more or less defined the case for lavish inner urban investment as central to attracting and retaining talent.
by Ross Elliott - 5/02/2019 - 1 comment
The figures released by the Federal Government show an economy increasingly reliant on jobs growth in two major cities, but not in the city centres of those cities.
by Ross Elliott - 7/12/2018 - 28 comments
How should a ‘population’ policy relate to our major urban and regional centres? Where is the public consultation?
by Max Rawnsley - 5/12/2018 - 32 comments
For the last 14 years car travel in Melbourne grew slower than both population and public transport travel, but it's still increasing in absolute terms.
by Alan Davies - 26/11/2018 - 9 comments
Because we live and work in largely randomized locations across cities, a focus on urban productivity needs to acknowledge this reality and try to create transport systems that cater for the majority of commuters
by Ross Elliott - 20/11/2018 - 8 comments
The report accepts costs need to be reduced and that will require a massive effort. It says more R&D, and, importantly, getting the market activated to generate experience with production processes.
by Geoff Carmody - 7/11/2018 - 19 comments
Lifting Australia’s ban on nuclear power can only be a good thing, providing new economic opportunities and an alternative pathway to clean and plentiful energy.
by Tristan Prasser - 29/10/2018 - 37 comments
The Rail Futures Institute's Melbourne Rail Plan is the sort of comprehensive metropolitan plan that the Government's failed to release, preferring instead to pull out ad-hoc projects just before the next election.
by Alan Davies - 23/10/2018 - 5 comments

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