Designing and delivering this ‘20-minute city’ structure will enhance liveability for all Greater Melbourne’s new residents.1
The Australian Bureau of Statistics regional population data just released has provided the first insights into the impact of COVID-19 on where people live has changed during the pandemic.
Australia’s economy has been hit hard, sliding into its first recession in three decades. But our households – especially the most vulnerable, those in the first two income quintiles – have been hit the hardest.
The COVID-19 pandemic and shifting user and environmental requirements for transportation could accelerate the next round of Autonomous Vehicle (AV) development.2
Transport is in transition. I see this in my daily commute where, from an app or two, I can choose from public transport, ride sharing and other mobility options to get from A to B.1
Can you imagine a future where driverless electric vehicles are commonplace?2
Planning today for an autonomous vehicle future is essential, because it is not a question of if, but when they becomes ubiquitous.2
Australia’s transport system is on the cusp of major and permanent disruption.
We’re not in Jetson territory yet but autonomous, electric vehicles will take us one step closer and could be the primary form of transport in our cities in the next…