|Filed Under:||Australia / Melbourne|
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|Archived Since:||August 30, 2011|
The Urbanist is taking a short break.
Can (the real) Kings Cross be protected?
Is Melbourne’s East West Link dead in the water?
Is a cable car the answer to congestion on Pyrmont Bridge?
What’s better: a train that’s late or one that doesn’t get there at all?
Labor’s promise on level crossings: what are the issues?
Do barriers reduce the number of suicides?
Did modernist architecture fail this public housing project?
Is the proposed development of Federation Square East a con?
Are cars the way to address outer suburban transport disadvantage?
Is Labor genuine about building Melbourne Metro?
How much does the public know about transport projects?
Does the gong for ‘world’s most liveable city’ mean anything?
Who gives a shit about public transport users?
Fuel excise indexation: is the key issue low incomes?
Do the poor have fewer cars like Joe Hockey says?
Would a Veloway be a smart way to advance cycling?
Read the latest article by The Urbanist, Should a rail line to Perth Airport really be the priority?
Read the latest article on The Urbanist by guest writer Grant Wyeth, Progressive narrative on city centre apartments falls short
Read the latest article by The Urbanist, Is Sydney’s Cloud Arch sculpture just a giant logo?