It’s a measure of how corroded by cynicism Labor has become that this proposal got anywhere at all. It is an act of political cowardice.
Australia is lagging behind in its use of traffic-control technology and our cities are struggling. What's slowing us down?
“Why are there so many people in this city?” we ask ourselves between bursts of road rage. “Couldn’t they be … somewhere else?”
Living within a 20-minute walk of your work, your supermarket, your gym, your doctor, your friends and family, etc, sounds like a very nice idea, but is it feasible?
There are more than a few arguable claims in a recent Age article that should be challenged because they seriously bias understanding of the issues.
James Packer hopes to build another skyscraper across the road from the existing Crown complex in Melbourne.
Does cycling on roads put your health at risk? Are the dangers exaggerated? New data backs up claims that cycling is high-risk in comparison to other modes of transport, writes Alan Davies.
Architects often use unconventional forms when designing social housing, writes Alan Davies. But is this an effective way of promoting integration with the local community?