The budget paints a picture of higher debt, little relief for growing cities crying out for infrastructure investment, and no detail of how City Deals might work to fix this.
There's clearly a growing enthusiasm for the sport but our experts crunched the numbers to see if this is just more middle-aged men in lycra (Mamils).
Why we should stop panicking about whether the Olympic venues will be ready and start thinking about the long-term impacts of construction.
Poor project selection is undermining economic growth in Australia.
New South Wales' new tougher bike laws reveal an ongoing war of the roads.
International investors competing for a stake and the Federal Government's positive outlook for mining are both good signs for the largest companies in the transport sector.
Self-driving cars are way more energy efficient than your average vehicle – but that doesn't necessarily mean they'll reduce carbon emissions.
Infrastructure Australia's latest report is substantial but, critically, it fails to incorporate the transport thinking needed to develop more compact cities that work better for everyone.
The answer lies in the history we share with our canine companions.
The UK spent much of the late 20th century voting to sell off public services – but now support is growing for a renationalisation programme.
Internet connections could one day come from solar-powered planes that fly for months or even longer at a time.
State-owned companies are not generally needed to provide goods. Rather, they are needed to provide the foundation for a well-functioning economy and a healthy, well-informed populace.
On average, people won't accept a commuting time of more than an hour. As cities grow ever bigger, new road projects can't achieve this, yet policymakers still rely on modelling that defies evidence.
Five million people work in the U.S. transportation sector. It's unclear where they'll end up as driverless technology takes off.
Cities are complex systems. One visible artery of the city is traffic – the cluster of moving people and flowing goods – and that mobility is critical for a city's life.
Just because we've got electric supercars, doesn't mean it's the only way to a greener future.
As fierce debate rages over where to build London's next runway, we may well be missing a trick.
Instead of trying to maintain our usual routines in the face of huge disruptions, we should use them as a welcome opportunity to mix things up.
Driverless cars and the use of drones are just two things the Innovation Statement should address.
Urban planning and development in Africa has been fraught with many challenges. A study of Accra and Nairobi provides some lessons on what needs to improve.