Conference paper

Trackless trams and Australian urban fabric

This paper discusses both the city shaping possibilities of trackless tram systems and the challenges and opportunities inherent in integrating new technologies into existing city systems.
Journal article

The Trackless Tram: is it the transit and city shaping catalyst we have been waiting for?

This paper considers the niche for Trackless Trams in cities, along with its potential for city shaping through the creation of urban re-development along corridors.
Journal article

The Entrepreneur Rail Model: funding urban rail through majority private investment in urban regeneration

The 21st century has seen an unprecedented expansion of urban rail as a response to urban congestion, low carbon mobility and as a seed for urban regeneration. Many cities would like to do much more rail in their futures to create knowledge economy centres but...
Journal article

Dense, mixed-use, walkable urban precinct to support sustainable transport or vice versa? A model for consideration from Perth, Western Australia

Within the majority of the literature on sustainable transport, it is accepted as ideal to arrange new urban growth in close proximity to major public transit services. While the literature on this subject of transit-oriented developments (TOD) is positive and optimistic, for the most part...