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Where the wheels come off: transport poverty and disadvantage
Access to public transport is now going backwards in Melbourne’s urban fringes. Professor Graham Currie looks at the social and economic impact for vulnerable Victorians…
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Save our suburbs: shifting the load
Our inner city areas are highly valued for work and living, in large part because of past state largesse. Jago Dodson suggests the time is ripe for a ‘spatial accessibility tax’ that could spread jobs and services far more equitably across Melbourne.
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Community sector organisations working in Melbourne’s fringe suburbs see the impact of the city’s spatial divide every day. Here are some of their more urgent ... Read More

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Australia’s outer growth suburbs are either ignored or seen as problems almost  too intractable to  address. Ruth Spielman challenges us to look at the possibility, ... Read More

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VCOSS Q&A with Victorian Shadow Minister for Planning, Sustainable Growth, Major Projects and Infrastructure, Brian Tee*. This article is currently not ... Read More

All is not equal for the health status of Victorians, with those living at the interface often at a disadvantage. Tom Symondson says governments can find fair and ... Read More

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Community sector organisations working in Melbourne’s fringe suburbs see the impact of the city’s spatial divide every day. Here are some of their more urgent challenges and ... Read More

inconvobrain

VCOSS Q&A with Victorian Shadow Minister for Planning, Sustainable Growth, Major Projects and Infrastructure, Brian Tee*. This article is currently not available online. ... Read More

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Our inner city areas are highly valued for work and living, in large part because of past state  largesse. Jago Dodson suggests the time is ripe for a ‘spatial accessibility tax’ ... Read More