Last week we ran a story on the guided electric vehicle scheme proposed for Parramatta Road in Sydney. It was also being called the Trackless Tram. This prompted a wave of sometime passionate response from transport professionals about whether you can call this service
In Canberra, they have implemented a program to restore and save old bus shelters as part of a heritage initiative. By providing $100,000, the Northern Territory government is getting local Darwin artists to work with at-risk youth and people with disability to paint vivid
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How the Ford Motor Company sees the future of transport is a case study in not being locked into the existing situation. Sheryl Connelly is Ford’s international futurist. We spoke to her after a Ford forum and she admits that her role is not
Parramatta Road, through Sydney’s inner west, is a classic old style main road with typical major problems. The controversial WestConnex tunnel should take some traffic off Parramatta Road. The local council wants to put a trackless tram system down the centre of Parramatta Road.
With the announcement of another road tunnel project in Sydney Fairfax media recently ran a story titled “Before tunnelling, ask the public and consider public transport”. It concerned the thoughts of retired Supreme Court Judge David Kirby who was the Commissioner in two road