August, 2017

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That was The week That was… w/e August 27

, Aug 27, 2017

Tw3 is a commentary on stories in the news over the week ending 27 August 2017 that bear on the delights and discontents of urbanism
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August 13 – That was the week that was…

, Aug 13, 2017

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A commentary on stories in the news over the week ending 13 August 2017 bearing on the delights and discontents of urbanism
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Should corridors be protected for HSR?

, Jul 10, 2017

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Infrastructure Australia reckons protecting corridors for East Coast High Speed Rail would save billions, but the case hasn't been made that the project makes sense
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Recap: all the issues discussed by The Urbanist in July

, Sep 15, 2016

Including walking, buses, parking, High Speed Rail, the city centre, cycling, greyhounds, the suburbs, taxing tobacco, and the environmental benefit of building rail
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Recap: all the issues discussed by The Urbanist in March

, May 05, 2016

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Including infrastructure costs, elevated rail, Calatrava's NY rail station, fantasy rail, parking, cycling, sports stadia, High Speed Rail, Grand Prix, Fairfax clickbait, empty homes, dwelling diversity, and more
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Can the Greens do better on transport policy?

, May 07, 2015

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Political commentators agree Richard Di Natale is more policy oriented than his predecessor, so he should review a couple of recent transport issues where the Party has lost sight of its progressive rationale
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Infrastructure: do politicians care about the truth?

, Feb 17, 2014

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Claims made last week about High Speed Rail and the East-West Link show yet again just how blithely and contemptuously Australian politicians treat the facts - integrity is optional
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Are The Greens intent on trashing their brand?

, Sep 15, 2013

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The Greens want to build a rail line to Doncaster in Melbourne's eastern suburbs instead of the East-West Link. But it would be a poor trade and a poor reflection of the party's stated values
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Will High Speed Rail save the cities and develop the regions?

, Dec 19, 2012

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Taking growth pressures off the city fringe while simultaneously developing the regions is one of the key arguments used to support proposals for a High Speed Rail network on Australia’s east coast. But is it a cost-effective way of doing either?