Infrastructure Australia has warned that despite rising rates of investment in infrastructure, “more must be done if we are to maintain, let alone enhance, our quality of life and economic efficiency.”
Designs for a linear park and a 17-kilometre walking and cycling path occupying the space underneath a new elevated rail line in Melbourne’s south east have been released.
A planned “veloway” along Footscray Road in Melbourne could expose cyclists to high levels of air pollution.
With the Perth Freight Link now cancelled, the community that grew around resistance to this project looks forward to beginning the work of replanting and restoring.
A new 14km cycleway will allow bicycle commuters from Melbourne’s western suburbs to travel express to the CBD.
Adrian Dwyer, executive director of policy and research at Infrastructure Australia, discusses value capture and how it can help to stretch public funding further to deliver more of the infrastructure Australia needs.
An independent group seeks to identify proposals for the 225,000 square metres of open space that elevated rail will deliver.
Working with local and state governments and the private sector to achieve the best project outcomes for the built environment.
A current program of the Victorian Government to remove fifty level crossings in Melbourne has generated much community debate. Craig Guthrie looks at the urban design and public realm potentials of the project.
A “refreshingly minimalist” design by Lahz Nimmo Architects with Spackman Mossop Michaels offers safe passage for pedestrians and cyclists under Canberra’s Kings Avenue Bridge.
Plans for an elevated rail line in Melbourne have proved controversial, but many of the advantages of rail-over-road are being ignored.
Melbourne’s Maroondah Reservoir was the first reservoir project in Victoria to incorporate public parkland into its design.