Alan DaviesSep 8, 20155 Comments
There's an argument that cycling gets a disproportionate share of attention compared to other modes with much greater use like walking and public transport. But it's not really a puzzle.
Alan DaviesFeb 6, 20149 Comments
There’s a need for incremental improvements to support public transport in cities but by itself it’s not enough. We need to put much more effort into managing road-based transport better
Alan DaviesJun 20, 20137 Comments
Public transport thinker, researcher, educator and advocate Paul Mees died yesterday from cancer, aged 52. He made a major contribution to international understanding of transport.
Alan DaviesNov 13, 201232 Comments
Putting a price on road space seems like a good idea but some analysts argue it could actually increase the amount of driving. In fact there's a point of view that says it would be better to promote traffic congestion.
Alan DaviesSep 18, 201214 Comments
Alan DaviesMay 7, 201219 Comments
A key reason the Netherlands has the highest level of cycling for day-to-day transport in the world is its extensive network of high quality, safe bicycle paths. But it wasn’t alw
Alan DaviesMay 8, 20115 Comments
I’ve noted before that public transport patronage in Au
Alan DaviesFeb 5, 20119 Comments
The accompanying chart shows how public transport’s share of the journey to work varies with population density across 41 US and Australian cities. It is taken from the same articl
Alan DaviesFeb 1, 20119 Comments
According to a report in The Age last month, new