The Victorian Government will create a City Controller role for Melbourne in a bid to manage network disruptions and the pipeline of major transport infrastructure works across the city effectively.
Civil and landscaping tenders will be issued by the City of Melbourne as part of a $42 million investment to create a new open space in the city’s most densely populated suburb.
Roads & Infrastructure Magazine speaks to independent transport planner William McDougall about what needs to be done to ensure Australia’s transport infrastructure can keep pace with the nation’s growing population.
Parking is a vital piece of public infrastructure, but is it being managed properly? Roads & Infrastructure Magazine speaks to Elizabeth Taylor from RMIT, who reveals some ways Australian parking infrastructure can perform better.
How cities are designed has serious impacts on how safe its inhabitants feel on its streets. Roads & Infrastructure Magazine talks to Dr. Nicole Kalms about how urban planning and design practice can help to make cities safer for everyone.
The City of Melbourne could replace its fuel tax and vehicle registration with a user-pays road pricing system to cut congestion, according to a new discussion paper.