Alan DaviesMar 26, 201428 Comments
It’s an election year in Victoria and so the gravy train’s already leaving the station. It’s obvious the Government’s rattled on public transport and says it'll lower fares. But is that good policy?
Alan DaviesJun 7, 2013
A tea kettle that looks like Hitler, the resurgence of McMansions, once upon a time there really was an all-powerful bicycle lobby, the claims for light rail and bicycle helmets might be over-blown, explaining New Urbanism, low-tech driverless cars....
Alan DaviesApr 30, 201317 Comments
The Fairfax press likes to beat-up public transport. Here it shows how it can turn what ought to be a real positive for rail travel – the opening of a new station – into a PR disaster
Alan DaviesFeb 21, 201336 Comments
Governments with the spine to increase transit fares in real terms should be applauded, not pilloried. Public transport is already very heavily subsidised financially but desperately needs more money
Alan DaviesDec 10, 201112 Comments
The Public Transport Users Association (PTUA) is keen to make the case that it costs more to travel by public
Alan DaviesDec 7, 201119 Comments
Many people are outraged that the Government has
Alan DaviesOct 20, 201120 Comments
The report in The Age that the Government is
Alan DaviesSep 14, 201123 Comments
The Age reckons myki is “failing at maths”, but I wonder if the key failing is actually with the way it’s managed rather than with any technical shortcomings. This report