Where the rubber hits the road: transport and planning in growth areas

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03 09 12 - 19:01
craigieburn development

I had a most enjoyable evening last week giving a presentation to the Friends of Banyule about transport and planning in growth areas. We had lots of interesting discussion afterwards too, ranging from the transport needs of the elderly and people with disabiilities, the need to have a much greater use of public transport in the northern growth areas in order to reduce traffic through Banyule and reduce the pressure for the North East link, and the need for Melbourne wide campaigning on sustainable transport and planning.

My presentation is here - I'd love to hear your thoughts. What for example do you think about my proposal for a one third/ one third/ one third mode share between walking and cycling, public transport and private car travel?

Please get in touch!


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