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Weekend reading 4/5 November

Alan DaviesNov 3, 2017

Are there easy fixes for traffic congestion?

Are there easy fixes for traffic congestion?

Alan DaviesNov 1, 201710 Comments

Politicans like to sell new roads and rail lines as the solution to traffic congestion but it's an illusion. There are no quick or politically easy fixes for peak-hour traffic

What's the problem airport rail would solve?

What’s the problem airport rail would solve?

Alan DaviesOct 31, 201733 Comments

There needs to be a clear and focused justification for spending billions of dollars on building a rail line from the CBD to Melbourne Airport

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That was The week That was...

That was The week That was…

Alan DaviesOct 29, 20171 Comment

Tw3 provides a brief commentary on stories bearing on the delights and discontents of urbanism that were in the news over the week ending 29 October 2017

Weekend reading 28/29 October

Alan DaviesOct 27, 2017

Who's noticed the suburbs are turning green?

Who’s noticed the suburbs are turning green?

Alan DaviesOct 25, 20174 Comments

One of the the great unheralded changes in Australia's cities was the greening of the suburbs - both old and new - over the last thirty to fifty years

Will Fishermans Bend meet its sustainability target?

Will Fishermans Bend meet its sustainability target?

Alan DaviesOct 24, 20179 Comments

It’s easy to give the appearance of being progressive when the proof of the pudding won’t be known until 2050, but sometimes inconvenient truths can't be overlooked

That was The week That was... w/e 22 October

That was The week That was… w/e 22 October

Alan DaviesOct 22, 20171 Comment

Tw3 provides a brief commentary on stories bearing on the delights and discontents of urbanism that were in the news over the week ending 22 October 2017

Weekend reading 21/22 October

Alan DaviesOct 20, 20172 Comments

Does driving matter for a city's liveability?

Does driving matter for a city’s liveability?

Alan DaviesOct 18, 201710 Comments

Driving will inevitably continue to have a huge impact on the liveability of Australia's growing cities - policy-makers must stop ignoring the car and start "taming" it