I was pondering the other day whether it's still helpful to categorise transport into either "private" or"public". When you say "public transport" people immediately envisage buses, trains and ferries. When you say "private transport" people immediately think cars. But the split is not as clean as that. "Public transport" services are funded roughly 25% through … Continue reading Public versus Private Transport
This post first appeared at TraNZport and is republished with permission. Christchurch joins Auckland and Wellington in having a standard livery for its bus fleet. First, I think it’s about time. Apparently, the city has up to eight different liveries running on the roads at the moment, and most carry that silly “metro” signage box … Continue reading Bus liveries are cool – but where’s the much needed changes?
Transport is inseparable from land-use. And one metric that can tell you a lot about land use is land value. I've known this for a while but not actually done a whole lot with it. Recently we've been looking at this more at work so I thought I'd see what I can find publicly available. … Continue reading Land Value Maps