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Smart Transport – Opportunities for Reform. Jerome Carslake Manager Strategic Research and Planning. At risk is ‘Brand Australia’ - Liveability. Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Survey Mercer Quality of Living Survey our cities are declining. The environment.

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smart transport opportunities for reform

Smart Transport – Opportunities for Reform

Jerome Carslake

Manager Strategic Research and Planning

at risk is brand australia liveability
At risk is ‘Brand Australia’ - Liveability
  • Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Survey
  • Mercer Quality of Living Survey
  • our cities are declining
the environment
The environment
  • Falling productivity
  • Growing population
  • Aging population
  • Increasing freight task
the shift to motorised dominance
The shift to motorised dominance

Car Dependent City

Walking City

Transit City

Capital cities motorised mode share of travel

urban sprawl
Urban sprawl

Cities Footprint

the costs of australia s car culture
The Costs of Australia’s Car Culture

Melbourne mortgage risk

Contribution to Inactivity = 60% obese

Car related air pollution - $3.3 billion

Car related deaths & serious injuries - $27 billion

Congestion $20 billion by 2020

Australia’s oil dependency

Higher CO2 emissions

aligning 3 tiers of government
Aligning 3 Tiers of Government
  • Legacy of Federalism – eg. break gauge
  • Commonwealth - Funder of infrastructure
  • State Based ≈20-15% of Roads and Public Transport
  • Local Government ≈72-80% of Roads

National

    • NTC – Cooperatively harmonise laws nationally, transformation and outcome performance reporting
    • Infrastructure Australia (IA) and Major Cities Unit
    • ASTART – The potential beginning of research and innovation coordination
linking supply and demand

“sweating the asset” reform

… linking supply and demand?

seamless economy, competition reform

supply-side reform

PRODUCTIVITY

private sector investment

investment

priorities

strategic planning of cities, freight, ports

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NTC’s Research Informed policy debate?

  • NTC discussion paper on passenger transport reform shows communities are …
  • poorly-informed on pricing reform options (eg: London congestion charge)
  • but willing to engage and form views
  • Average Rating
  • Public transport 4.8/10
  • Roads 5.6/10
  • Public are OPEN to Change
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The National Transport Commission leads regulatory and operational reform nationally to meet the needs of transport users and the broader community for safe, efficient and sustainable land transport.

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Jerome Carslake

[email protected]

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