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Melbourne Set to Remain a Car Dominated City
Urban Planning
Friday January 19 2018

Melbourne Set to Remain a Car Dominated City

Melbourne is set to remain a car dominated city with driving set to account for more than seven in 10 trips still to take place in...

Melbourne Traffic Slowing Firefighters
Infrastructure
Tuesday October 31 2017

Melbourne Traffic Slowing Firefighters

Traffic congestion across Melbourne's sprawling urban fringe is making it harder for firefighters to get to jobs in time, new data shows.

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...

Let’s Not Blame Car Drivers for Traffic Congestion
Infrastructure
Monday May 29 2017

Let’s Not Blame Car Drivers for Traffic Congestion

Many of us are literally sat in our cars stuck in traffic congestion. A big problem is that the campaigns about traffic congestion are almost always...

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...

Rail Link Chaos Across Sydney
Civil
Wednesday January 11 2017

Rail Link Chaos Across Sydney

Sydney will be hit with more traffic chaos over the coming months as buildings are torn down to make way for the new Sydney Metro rail...

Melbourne Desperately Needs Two New Freeways
Civil
Tuesday December 13 2016

Melbourne Desperately Needs Two New Freeways

Melbourne doesn't just need the North East Link freeway, it also needs the axed East West Link, Victorian opposition leader Matthew Guy says.

SA Banks on Upgrades to Curb Road Congestion
Civil
Friday October 28 2016

SA Banks on Upgrades to Curb Road Congestion

As new figures show that road travel times are increasing, the South Australian government is banking on upgrades to infrastructure in order to curb travel times.

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.

Infrastructure
Mar 15 2018
Australian Train Stations Score Poorly on Precinct Integration and Value Capture

Australian transit hubs are behind global counterparts due to age, low integration with precincts, and return on property value but have a significant opportunity to add...

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