Sydney’s traffic congestion, resulting from years of “political neglect”, can only be resolved with the introduction of a “radical” new system of charges for road usage, according to a University of Sydney Business School researcher.
A majority of Australians support replacing existing road usage charges replaced with a system more directly linked to the distance and time of day they travel, according to a University of Sydney Business School survey.
Governments are well placed to recover transport infrastructure costs by asking homeowners and businesses that gain financially from infrastructure development to share this benefit, according to a researcher at the University of Sydney Business School.
A leading researcher from the University of Sydney Business School suggests governments are well placed to recover transport infrastructure costs by asking homeowners and businesses that benefit financially from the developments to share this benefit.
The University of Sydney Business School’s latest Transport Opinion Survey suggests road congestion in Australia’s major cities is unlikely to ease with the arrival of self-driving cars and could worsen.