Bernard Keane May 24, 2017 10 Comments
There's no evidence we're getting infrastructure spending or decision-making right at the Commonwealth level.
Bernard Keane November 24, 2016 20 Comments
The government has announced further steps in the development of its infrastructure plans -- including a brave inquiry into charging motorists for their road use.
Crikey April 15, 2016
Crikey readers discuss foreign policy and other issues of the day.
Bernard Keane February 17, 2016 17 Comments
A major new Infrastructure Australia report shows just how difficult the challenge of getting infrastructure right is, especially in transport.
Alan Davies January 12, 2015
Cycling along the Seine may have a certain je ne sais quois, but Australia's inner city cyclists are keen to close the gap.
Alan Davies November 27, 2014
There are numerous reasons to think a Tullamarine rail link is not only financially irresponsible, but also unnecessary from a transport and city planning perspective.
The Urbanist August 1, 2013
Much like the 1963 film, monstrous construction costs are the biggest impediment to new transport infrastructure projects, writes Alan Davies.
Bernard Keane July 8, 2013 17 Comments
As the pink batts program hits the front pages again, there's plenty of finger-pointing at Labor over workplace deaths. Look at the full picture, however, and it's a very different story.
Bernard Keane April 12, 2013 61 Comments
The new report on high-speed rail shows that in Australia the numbers simply don't add up for it. And won't for many, many decades. It's time we all moved on.
Crikey April 11, 2013 22 Comments
Melbourne to Sydney by rail in under three hours? Don't listen to the inflated forecasts of cost and time that the federal government has released today, argues Tim Bohm, president of the Bullet Train for Australia political party. It's a no-brainer -- build it.