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|Archived Since:||August 30, 2011|
The Urbanist is taking a short break The Urbanist will be away until the start of November (probably a sure sign lots of important things will happen in cities policy during October, but duty calls)
Why have these cycling projects been forgotten?
Would urban policy benefit from greater diversity of views?
Is Shorten letting Turnbull off the hook on cities policy?
Recap: all the topics discussed by The Urbanist last month Including peak car, infrastructure evaluation, apartment standards, cycling safety, architecture, public transport in the 50s, cars in the 70s, liveable cities, planning new suburbs, and health and public transport
Where’s the $4.5 billion cut from public transport?
Is there an upside for commuters to train strikes?
Does Turnbull’s Minister for Cities mean it’s a whole new world?
Book giveaway! Creating Cities by Marcus Westbury
Can the outer suburbs walk like the inner city?
Do suicide barriers really save lives? Yes!
Are our cities just clusters of traditional country towns?
Does cycling get preferential treatment compared to walking?
Are these planning changes mostly symbolic?
Can we have an Australian Museum of Architecture (AMOA) please?
Do super-sized supermarkets cause obesity?
Is it just vehicles or are MAMILs killing themselves too?
Is the planning of new fringe suburbs getting better?
Book giveaway! ‘Trendyville: the battle for Australia’s inner cities’
Does using public transport make the community healthier?