The Flinders Street incident, in which a car was driven into pedestrians on a busy Melbourne street, underscores the need for new ways to design cities to protect pedestrians from vehicle attacks.
It's time to turn Oxford Street into a haven for walkers.
Driver aid systems and self-driving vehicle control systems could override a driver who is trying to attack people and prevent tragedy.
The clock change's impact on commuter numbers highlights the need to use street lighting more effectively.
If all the elements in the transportation system are going to talk to each other, the people at the companies and government agencies that make those items need to talk to each other too.
The golden rule of shared paths is that the person in the less vulnerable position should be mindful of the more vulnerable user.
In contrast to increases in vehicle safety over the decades, we have seen little new technology to ensure the safety of pedestrians – and current innovations are still based on a car-centric approach.