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Showground station by Hassell.
News | Patrick Hunn | 11 Jun 2019

Hassell completes stations, parks and plazas for Sydney Metro Northwest

The first leg of Sydney’s new driverless Sydney Metro railway project is finished, replete with new train stations and surrounding landscapes designed by Hassell.

Melbourne CBD.
News | Editorial Desk AAU | 9 Apr 2018

Car-free Melbourne mooted in transport strategy refresh

Melbourne council is examining Barcelona’s “superblocks” and Oslo’s car-free CBD in an effort to address the “disproportionate” amount of space devoted to private cars.

The proposed station at Parkville, designed by Weston Williamson and Partners and Hassell.
News | Patrick Hunn | 13 Oct 2017

Could the grass be greener above the Melbourne Metro Tunnel?

Melbourne’s underground rail project also contains a plan to actively improve, increase and preserve Melbourne’s inner-city “living infrastructure.”

Brisbane Ferry Terminals by Aurecon and Cox Rayner Architects (now Cox Architecture), landscape architecture by Lat27.
News | Ricky Ray Ricardo and Patrick Hunn | 20 Jun 2017

Three urban design projects awarded at 2017 Good Design Awards

A set of flood-resilient ferry terminals, a mammoth post-industrial renewal project and the ‘daylighting’ of an urban stream all received gongs at 2017 Good Design Awards.

Access to and from the ferry terminals is enhanced by clear crossing points and visual clues along the riverside bike path, to minimize conflict between ferry passengers and cyclists.
Review | Suzanne Kyte | 18 May 2017

Going with the flow: Brisbane’s new ferry terminals

Eight ferry terminals have been stitched to their Brisbane River sites in a generous, flood-resilient scheme that elevates the public transit experience.

The revised Riverside Greenway scheme combines a dedicated bus lane, cycle paths, linear park space as well as a rail line.
News | Ricky Ray Ricardo | 8 May 2017

Riverside Greenway: A bold vision to transform Brisbane’s iconic expressway

A Brisbane student has developed a plan to transform Brisbane’s busy Riverside Expressway into a public transport and pedestrian-focused “greenway.”