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Contemporary Australian planning has for too long ignored its fundamental responsibilities in its relations with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in urban and regional Australia. Australian land-use planning and development processes do not have a good track record of taking account...
The rapid uptake of small electric personal mobility devices, collectively referred to as micromobility, has created a challenge for planners, policymakers and regulators seeking to mitigate externalities and integrate these modes into urban transport systems. First and last mile access to high...
This article examines the impacts of urban consolidation and apartment living on households with children in the contexts of housing choice and affordability, liveability, and children’s spontaneous outdoor play through a case study in the Lane Cove LGA, Sydney. It challenges ideals and planning...
This research evaluates the advanced rail transportation infrastructure as the foundation of sustainable urban mobility. Sydney's rail transportation was evaluated as a smart city. To undertake this evaluation, twelve of Sydney’s inner municipalities were selected within Sydney's urban area – a...
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