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Degree in Flying Cars Coming Soon
Technology
Thursday January 25 2018

Degree in Flying Cars Coming Soon

Self-driving car pioneer Sebastian Thrun has shifted his gaze to the skies, as his Silicon Valley online school Udacity launches what it calls the first "nanodegree"...

The End of Car Ownership: Are Planners and Engineers Ready?
Urban Planning
Wednesday November 15 2017

The End of Car Ownership: Are Planners and Engineers Ready?

In the last 10 years, we’ve seen changes in the way that people and freight are moved. From autonomous and electric cars, to drones and block...

What’s Wrong with this Picture?
Infrastructure
Tuesday June 20 2017

What’s Wrong with this Picture?

An alluring image, produced by the NSW Department of Transport, was designed to promote the idea that trams – and public transport more generally – have...

New Year, Same Old Congestion
Infrastructure
Wednesday February 1 2017

New Year, Same Old Congestion

As we move along into 2017, we face that inevitable wall of congested traffic that’s the ultimate national BBQ stopper. But if you think that people...

Jobs and Infrastructure: The Roadkill of the Next Decade
Business
Wednesday November 30 2016

Jobs and Infrastructure: The Roadkill of the Next Decade

According to a report by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA), technology could make almost 40 per cent of Australian jobs, including highly skilled...

Shutting the Garage Door After the Car has Bolted
Residential
Thursday November 10 2016

Shutting the Garage Door After the Car has Bolted

Will the transformation of car use and ownership be permanently recorded by housing typographies that demonstrate how awkwardly planners and subserviently policy makers navigated this period...

It’s No Accident Some Cities Are Healthier
Urban Planning
Tuesday November 1 2016

It’s No Accident Some Cities Are Healthier

People who are more active are healthier and happier—but it's harder to be active in a city that requires you to sit in your car to...

Proposed ‘Overflow’ Road Unlikely to Reduce Melbourne Congestion
Civil
Wednesday October 19 2016

Proposed ‘Overflow’ Road Unlikely to Reduce Melbourne Congestion

A proposed $5.5 billion Melbourne toll road might not actually ease truck and traffic congestion around the city, a top federal infrastructure bureaucrat says.

Car Park Upgrades to Benefit Both Users and Operators
Commercial
Thursday March 10 2016

Car Park Upgrades to Benefit Both Users and Operators

While there are some reports that indicate a dip in car ownership due to younger generations shunning cars in favour of car sharing, the recent ABS...

Infrastructure
Mar 20 2018
Sydneysiders to Ditch Cars by 2056: Report

Planners envisage that by the middle of this century most Sydneysiders will be able to reach their place of work within 30 minutes using public transport...

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Urban Planning
Jan 23 2018
SA: No Comment on SA Plan for Electric Cars

British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta is seeking to buy some of Holden's assets at its shuttered Adelaide factory with a view to building electric cars on the...

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