Growing up instead of sprawling out in Melbourne.
The report says just 10 per cent of the existing urban area could be used to accommodate projected growth in Melbourne's population from about 4 million to 5 million by 2030. About 34,000 sites on major corridors could be suitable for multi-level development, it says. These include more than 12,400 sites along tram lines and 22,000 along priority bus routes such as Johnston Street. The sites could accommodate about 500,000 new dwellings in total.
There's also two big elevated freeways on that side of town.
If you had doubts that air pollution from nearby industries exacerbated asthma in children, this map may quell them.~~~
I've been harsh on LaHood. Maybe I should give him some slack since he's a runner! Just like me a long time ago.
I think they need both Smart and Streetcars. Though I still think that ignoring downtown Novato is a dumb move.
I guess Blago wasn't the only one who likes to block transit in Chicago.