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The relationship between transport, economic and spatial development is known to occur in two main directions. Firstly, existing land use and economic developments drive demand for transport in terms of quantity, type, location and mode. Secondly, transport investments and other initiatives guide patterns and locations...
People are spending more on services rather than goods, and so more people are working in services, generating high-value jobs in the centres of our big cities.
Policy, especially in housing, is struggling to keep up, as Grattan CEO, John Daley, shows in this...
The papers presented at the 2015 State of Australian Cities National Conference (SOAC 7) were organised into seven broad themes but all shared, to varying degrees, a common focus on the ways in which high quality academic research can be used in the development and...