Want More People to Ride? First, Let’s Understand the Process of Change.
Almost every Government and Council has a vision, or plan, to get more people cycling for transport and leisure.
Is a Carbon Zero Utopia Just Around the Corner?
Increasing anxiety about energy prices, power blackouts forcing us to question energy security, and disunity around the commitments made in Paris make it easy to be...
Future Proofing Buildings: Much More than Bike Racks
From marble-clad dressing rooms to luxe lounges with digital screens, end-of-trip facilities are much more than a few showers and bike racks in the basement.
We Know the Answer on Transport. Let’s Just Do It
Walking, cycling and public transport seminars often focus on the importance of integrated polices, good street design, providing the right infrastructure in the right places for...
Three Habits to Master When Selling Transport
An increasing number of people are trying to sell the notion of active and public transport.
Architecture’s Impact on Transportation
Climate change is arguably the mainstream sociopolitical issue of our times, with the potential to impact people and communities on a global scale.
What is Enough in Terms of Transport Planning?
My neighbour Terry is obsessed. Hardly a day passes when he’s not fixated on what he’s earning, receiving and accumulating, and he asks everyone he knows...
Australia Won’t Ever be Like Copenhagen, so Why Force it?
Last month, I spoke in Canberra about how to cut traffic congestion. My talk focused on our fear of change, communicating with positive messaging, and creating...