Accessible Public Transport: The Whole Journey
The Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport (2002) (Transport Standards) have a five-year schedule for review, with the most recent review having been undertaken in 2012...
Contestability Key to Infrastructure Improvements and Savings
New modelling on the benefits of franchising, released as part of Infrastructure Australia’s ongoing Reform Series, shows that subjecting government-operated bus and rail services to competitive...
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...
Stop Wasting our Money on Poor Infrastructure Decisions
Australians have paid $28 billion more than they budgeted for on transport infrastructure because of government reliance on outsourced advice.
Investment to Offset Climate Change to Create Over a Million Jobs
Strong government investment responding to climate change could create a million more jobs over the next two decades.
Improving Sydney’s Public Transport Critical to Easing Urban Congestion
The country's most populated city is becoming crippled, according to Infrastructure Australia.
Transport Plans: How Your City Compares
Upon coming into office in 2013, Tony Abbott promised to be the ‘infrastructure Prime Minister’ with a strong focus on major road upgrades.
Public Transportation Improves Public Health
A growing number of academic studies indicate that there is a strong correlation between the use of public transportation and physical well-being.
Public Transit Solutions for Cities of the Future
City planners around the globe are increasingly touting the merits of public transit systems as a preferable transportation alternative to roadways and private automobiles in high-density...
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...