Trains, planes and automobiles: how our cities get the mix wrong

The latest announcements on a second airport for Sydney and an airport rail link for Melbourne show just how out-dated current thinking is on major infrastructure in Australia.

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It’s hard to get past the feeling that we are stuck in 1970s thinking when it comes to planning infrastructure such as airports.

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It’s hard to get past the feeling that we are stuck in 1970s thinking when it comes to planning infrastructure such as airports.

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