Tag: Public Transport
The City of Hobart has launched a competition to design innovative bus shelters for the city.
Level crossing removals have been part of Melbourne’s strategy since 1929. With more removals in 2018 than ever before, it is pertinent to assess three of these new projects that strive to extend the public realm.
Part of a $955 million redevelopment of Sydney’s main railway station, the new entrance is designed to “sweep” passengers in.
Designinc is the practice behind the design of the redevelopment of a major railway station in the inner-Sydney suburb of Redfern.
The Victorian government has awarded contracts to for the delivery of new Coburg and Moreland railway stations designed by Wood Marsh.
Sydney’s first build to rent project will be part of an integrated development above a proposed metro station in the central city.
Wood Marsh is working on the designs of two redeveloped train stations in Melbourne’s north, as part of the Victorian government’s level crossing removal project.
The first leg of Sydney’s new driverless Sydney Metro railway project is finished, replete with new train stations and surrounding landscapes designed by Hassell.
The Queensland government has released indicative designs for the new stations to be built in Brisbane as part of the Cross River Rail project.
The Victorian government has confirmed its preferred route for the proposed Melbourne Airport Rail Link, and $5 billion in funding for the project.
A proposal for the development of government-owned land around an under-construction Sydney metro station would bring higher-density residential buildings to western Sydney.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced the federal government “will build the Melbourne Airport Rail Link” through a $5 billion funding commitment.
Melbourne council is examining Barcelona’s “superblocks” and Oslo’s car-free CBD in an effort to address the “disproportionate” amount of space devoted to private cars.
A North South Rail Link will be built ahead of the Sydney’s second airport, under a city deal signed by the federal and NSW governments.
The 60,000-seat Perth Stadium, designed by Hassell, Cox Architecture, and HKS Sport and Entertainment, will open to the public on 21 January.
In 2056 Sydneysiders will live in a “metropolis of three cities,” no more than thirty minutes from services and jobs, according to the Draft Greater Sydney Region Plan.
British architecture practice Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners will join the team designing “Australia’s largest city making project.”
The NSW government has confirmed plans to expand the scope of the proposed Parramatta Light Rail line.
Melbourne’s underground rail project also contains a plan to actively improve, increase and preserve Melbourne’s inner-city “living infrastructure.”
GHD Woodhead and Weston Williamson and Partners will design three stations for a new rail line linking central Perth with its airport.