ITLS in the News

  • Infrastructure promises hinge on WestConnex, expert says 11 Jun 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald, Canberra Times

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves

    Sydney Morning Herald and Canberra Times interviewed Associate Professor Stephen Greaves about the state government's plan for rail and the cost of the WestConnex Motorway.

  • Opal take-up rate soars 23 May 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Geoffrey Clifton

    Geoffrey Clifton is quoted in a Sydney Morning Herald article about the rise in the number of Opal card users in Sydney.

  • The planning focus on cars and roads is driving our cities off the rails 17 May 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: Corinne Mulley

    Sydney Morning Herald interviewed Professor Corinne Mulley in a story about town planning and public transport.

  • Federal budget 2014: infrastructure experts react 13 May 2014

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Michiel Bliemer and Christopher Standen

    Dr Michiel Bliemer and Christopher Standen co-author an opinion piece about infrastructure spending announced in the federal budget.

  • Abbott confirms Badgerys Creek for Sydney's second airport 15 Apr 2014

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Rico Merkert

    Dr Rico Merkert is quoted in a piece published in the Conversation about the announcement of a second Sydney airport in Badgerys Creek.

  • WestConnex has a numbers issue: What are they? 05 Apr 2014

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: David Hensher

    Professor David Hensher is quoted on the WestConnex toll road planned to be built through and under Sydney's inner west.

  • Public transport shake-up: operators kept in dark about government's decision 27 Mar 2014

    The Age

    Staff Member: John Stanley

    Adjunct Professor John Stanley is quoted in the article which reports on the Victorian government's decision to change the ticket zoning system and provide free trams in Melbourne's city centre.

  • Making road users pay could clear infrastructure gridlock 27 Mar 2014

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Michiel Bliemer

    A plan to remove registration and petrol taxes and replace them with road user charges was backed by Australian motoring groups, arguing that it would be a fairer system and make travelling more efficient.

  • Making road users pay could clear infrastructure gridlock 27 Mar 2014

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Michiel Bliemer

    A plan to remove registration and petrol taxes and replace them with road user charges was backed by Australian motoring groups, arguing that it would be a fairer system and make travelling more efficient.

  • Smartphone app to track public transport woes 24 Mar 2014

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Claudine Moutou

    The Australian reports on the new smartphone app that allows public transport customers to communicate transit issues in real time. Dr Claudine Moutou is quoted in the article.

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