This research explores how Australian urban transport programs and policies are responding to changes in transport technology, travel patterns, environmental imperatives and spatial development dynamics in order to offer guidance about future directions and options, and seeks to identify potential policy directions for Australia’s cities and policy arrangements.
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This research examines the relationships between urban productivity and affordable rental housing, focusing particularly on the location and availability of affordable rental housing relative to employment and labour markets in capital cities and satellite cities. Lower income (Q2) workers who play critical roles in urban economies are more likely to experience housing stress (exceeding 30% of their income on housing costs) in these markets.
This study investigated the impacts commuting costs have on accessing employment for low income workers who are renting their home.
This research Inquiry considered the case for social housing as infrastructure and examined different approaches to its investment.
This research investigated how business case frameworks for major transport infrastructure projects might be applied to assessments of social housing as infrastructure, including approaches to cost-benefit analysis (CBA).
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