John Austen This article was originally published on 2 March 2020 at https://johnmenadue.com/john-austen-placating-the-infrastructure-club/ Infrastructure Australia’s 2020 priority list doesn’t recognise – let alone address fundamental… Read More »Placating the Infrastructure Club
Jim Malo, 26-feb-2020, originally published at https://www.domain.com.au/news/why-uber-and-lime-could-be-making-our-transport-problems-worse-not-better-933450/?utm_source=watoday.com.au&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=link-widget&utm_campaign=plista-watoday They’re presented as solutions but mobility services like Uber, Lime and even Google Maps could be adding to… Read More »Is Uber and Lime making public transport worse?
The Sydney Metro has never been about getting people out their cars and onto trains and light rail The Sydney Metro has never been about an… Read More »Sydney Metro Disaster Planned for T3 Bankstown Line
John Austen First published by John Menadue 22-mar-2019 Readers of Pearls and Irritations may have followed the transport infrastructure fiasco in NSW under conservative… Read More »NSW infrastructure: who is fit to govern?
Roydon Ng Originally published at http://www.altmedia.net.au/upgrade-dumped-for-westconnex-tolls/137857 As the State Government pushes ahead with the controversial toll-road, despite community opposition, WestConnex is likely to become… Read More »Western line upgrade dumped in favour of WestConnex Tolls
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced on Friday 12-mar-2019 that, if re-elected on 23 March 2019, her government would continue the dismemberment and privatisation of Sydney’s… Read More »Dharawal Line – a better rail solution for Western Sydney Airport
Privatising WestConnex is biggest waste of public funds in Australian history This article was originally published at https://www.michaelwest.com.au/privatising-westconnex-is-biggest-waste-of-public-funds-in-australian-history/ on 27-sep-2018. (Image courtesy of… Read More »Privatising WestConnex
I spent some time yesterday looking back at the origins of the debate about Sydney Trains Network versus the so-called ‘metro” vision of the current… Read More »LEARNING THE LESSONS OF HISTORY IN PLANNING SYDNEY’S RAIL SYSTEM