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Frogs Passionate Intelligent Informed Visionary Brave Connected Prepared to Listen
Have a vision Most liveable city in the world
Principles Improved lifestyle Increase walking, cycling Improved freight – economic driver – often forgotten Increase social and financial equity
History Liverpool laid out in 1927 Past plans – their intend and their impact Regional shopping centres in town centres Increase in population/increase in houses Federal Government migration problem
Know the mistakes of the past You cant have a bus system Terrace housing means slums Radburn Housing - discredited
Know what the market isnt Not just CBD Not just peak hour Not just J-T-W Not just long trips Not just office workers
Know the Task Freight Shopping Journey to school Elderly Short trips Opera
Know what the market is All sorts of trips Freight Hospital Shopping centres Schools
Know the Real Reasons Number of houses Number of carriages Types of jobs - Minto
Working the system Political realties Expert input Planning process
Barriers Cultural Systems Geography
A systems approach Employment Health Access to and then within
Railways SW link Electrification to Wollondilly Platform quality Make them accessible Lockers and showers Ticketing
Processes Community input Short term lobbying for the long term project
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