The media and politicians continue to give it credibility but they know the EIU’s ‘world’s most liveable city’ gong has little bearing on the life of residents of Melbourne Is Melbourne’s liveability gong mostly bullshit?
Articles from The Melbourne Urbanist
We make a vanishingly small percentage of short trips by public transport and it’s mostly because we prefer the alternatives for this sort of travel. Transit’s strengths lie elsewhere Can public transport define the 20-minute city?
More problems are coming to light with the proposed West Gate Tunnel in Melbourne. The Government needs to do a better job of explaining and justifying this project Has the case been made for the West Gate Tunnel?
A commentary on stories in the news over the week ending 13 August 2017 bearing on urbanism and its discontents That was the week that was…
It seems an attractive idea, but the 20-minute city is more about marketing than substantive policy. Of course politicians love it; the rest of us have no excuse for being gullible Is the 20-minute city mostly spin?
Here’s master mapmaker Adam Mattinson’s vision of what a high quality regional rail network could look like in Victoria. Sheer fantasy, you say? A regional rail fantasy map
A commentary on stories in the news over the week ending 6 August 2017 bearing on urbanism and it’s discontents That was the week that was…
Australian city dwellers have passed peak travel but it seems they haven’t passed peak car ownership or peak parking Have we passed peak car (ownership)?
Public transport is a big part of the answer to congestion but it can’t do it alone. But congestion isn’t the only big issue; so is providing access to places as population grows Is public transport the sole solution to congestion?
A commentary on stories in the news over the last week bearing on urbanism and it’s discontents That was the week that was…