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Will Melbourne really run dry in a decade?

Will Melbourne really run dry in a decade?

The mainstream media likes to frame news to convey a sense of impending disaster - like Melbourne's running out of water - but sometimes it gets out of its depth

Is Melbourne Metro being built way too fast?

Is Melbourne Metro being built way too fast?

The Sunday Age reckons the Andrews Government has cynically chosen to use a truck-intensive tunnelling method so it can get the Melbourne Metro rail project finished faster

Is Fairfax off-track (again) on Melbourne airport rail?

Is Fairfax off-track (again) on Melbourne airport rail?

It's only been a week, but The Sunday Age was back again yesterday with another fabulously titillating invention about a rail line to Melbourne Airport

Is this “secret” report on airport rail newsworthy?

Is this “secret” report on airport rail newsworthy?

Another Sunday, another manufactured controversy by Fairfax, this time around a "secret" report on Melbourne airport rail from "a high-powered group of advisers"

Is decentralisation the answer to cities that are “too big”?

Is decentralisation the answer to cities that are “too big”?

Regional development and decentralisation are rhetorical favourites of Australian politicians but they're really promoting regional sprawl over suburban sprawl

Are cyclists really ‘the devil incarnate’?

Are cyclists really ‘the devil incarnate’?

Fairfax columnist Bruce Guthrie is upset cyclists are getting dedicated road space at the expense of motorists. It's time to acknowledge cars should no longer get priority in the city centre

Does the Green's public transport plan cut it?

Does the Green's public transport plan cut it?

Following my review of the Greens’ Public Transport Plan for Melbourne’s East (here and here) some Green’s supporters have suggested that I should really look at the party’s broader public transport vision for Melbourne. They’ve suggested I should examine The People Plan, which the Greens bill as their “long term vision of the Melbourne we […]

Is unused infrastructure capacity in the inner suburbs all used up?

Is unused infrastructure capacity in the inner suburbs all used up?

The idea that there's ample unused infrastructure capacity in established suburbs to support higher density housing is probably a myth.