|Title:||Improved information for better land transport in our cities|
|Keywords:||Climate change; COAG Reform Council; traffic congestion; liveability performance indicators; social exclusion|
|Abstract:||COAG’s Capital Cities Strategic Planning Process work is nearing completion. The COAG National Objective for this work is To ensure Australian cities are globally competitive, productive, sustainable, liveable and socially inclusive and are well placed to meet future challenges and growth. The Planning work is primarily being driven by process criteria. To maximise chances of achieving the National Objective, outcome criteria closely aligned with that Objective are required, to complement the process criteria. This paper highlights some national problems confronting land transport in Australia’s major cities, which will adversely impact on achievement of the National Objective. It then identifies policy directions to tackle these national issues and proposes a small number of outcome criteria that can be used to indicate progress towards the National Objective, as this is affected by land transport.|
|Type of Work:||Working Paper|
|Appears in Collections:||ITLS Working Papers 2011|
|ITLS-WP-11-22.pdf||218.64 kB||Adobe PDF|
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