Alan DaviesAug 24, 20162 Comments
What’s the appropriate and reasonable amount to spend on transport?
Alan DaviesAug 23, 20167 Comments
If Australians want to improve the medal prospects of their athletes in Tokyo and beyond, they've just one solution ...
Alan DaviesAug 4, 20162 Comments
Certain countries consistently take the lion's share of medals at the Olympics, but it's got little to do with national character and a lot to do with national wealth and political commitment.
Alan DaviesAug 3, 20162 Comments
The pros and cons of re-purposing city golf courses.
Alan DaviesJul 26, 20164 Comments
Commuter parking at outer suburban railway stations is usually free, leading to peak period shortages. The first step to addressing this should be to charge for it.
Alan DaviesJul 14, 20164 Comments
Greyhound racing has a heritage value that shouldn't be forgotten.
Alan DaviesMay 19, 2016
The City of Sydney reckons the NSW government wants to redevelop Waterloo at a density "greater than anything in Singapore". Turns out the council's fear of density is ill-founded.
Alan DaviesMar 24, 2016
Growth is an opportunity, not a problem.
Alan DaviesMar 18, 2016
The benefits from this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park won’t be remotely commensurate with the circa $60 million subsidy it demands from Victorians.
Alan DaviesMar 17, 2016
What’s a mere bingle for a motorist is usually a painful injury for a cyclist and often much worse. Policy needs to recognise that for cyclists bingles aren’t a minor annoyance; they can be deadly.