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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Manager Strategic Research and Planning
Car Dependent City
Capital cities motorised mode share of travel
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
seamless economy, competition reform
private sector investment
strategic planning of cities, freight, ports
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