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This report examines the social and technological drivers of change in the transport sector. It argues that technologies in isolation will not be the silver bullet that solves transport problems, rather they will form part of an integrated mobility network that must also include high...
Our cities were designed for a world of the past. Private cars now clog our streets during peak hour and most daylight hours on weekends. Some Asian cities are jammed 24/7. So what should we do? Build more roads? Or build for the fast changes...
This audit assesses whether V/Line regional passenger services are efficient and meet the needs of public transport users, and whether it is adequately prepared to sustain and improve performance in the future.
This Information Sheet presents estimates of kilometres and lane-kilometres of road length for AustralianStates and Territories back to 1910. It allows a clearer picture of the growth in the value of Australian road infrastructure over time - which is substantial.
Some state governments are now investigating more integrated sectoral and spatial planning strategies, initially through shifting public sector jobs to regional centres.
This is the first of a series of reports analysing spatial trends in population, employment and commuting in our five largest cities.
Takes a detailed look at the social and economic costs of congestion to Auckland’s lifestyle and economy.
The State Infrastructure Plan (SIP) Parts A and B outline the Queensland infrastructure priorities to grow the economy, create jobs and provide quality services to Queenslanders. It provides a framework to allow government to plan and prioritise infrastructure investment and delivery in a fiscally responsible...
The National Cities Performance Framework will support all governments to better target, monitor and evaluate cities policy. It will be key to the government's commitment to continuous improvement through City Deals.
Australia has the highest rate of population growth of all the medium and large OECD countries. But urban planning for this growth is often inadequate.