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Adam Carey People who park in peak-hour clearways will run a bigger risk of having their vehicle towed and impounded, with VicRoads launching a fresh assault after being given a $1.
Adam Carey People will continue to be killed and seriously injured at level crossings at an unacceptably high rate in Victoria unless major design changes are made to make it harder to take risks around trains,...
Adam Carey Passengers face the prospect of several years of severe overcrowding and declining reliability.
Adam Carey How much are you prepared to pay to reduce pedestrian injuries or deaths in car accidents?
Adam Carey Four out of five children are buckled incorrectly into car restraining seats, study finds.
Adam Carey Commuters who park at their local railway stations are being fined in their thousands.
Adam Carey and Craig Butt Has the Dumb Ways to Die message actually changed people's behaviour?
Adam Carey The high-frequency public bus to Melbourne Airport has not dented the overwhelming dominance of car travel to Tullamarine.
Adam Carey I'm standing at the airport waiting for a bus. Midday. Friday. Tullamarine. An axis through which 30 million people pass each year, barely any of them on a public bus.
Adam Carey The sale of Port of Melbourne would fund biggest ever assault on Melbourne's level crossings under a Labor government.
Adam Carey Would you pay $3000 to have your nature strip paved and turned into a public car space?
Adam Carey It's mid-morning in East Malvern, and another route three tram lumbers into the terminus at the small shopping strip at the intersection of Waverley and Darling roads, just as they have for the past...
Adam Carey More than 1000 people are predicted to die or be seriously injured on Victorian roads in the next five years due to driver distraction from in-vehicle technology such as car stereos, GPS devices or...
Adam Carey Parents who drive with young children in the back seat spend an average 18 per cent of driving time with their eyes off the road, Melbourne researchers found.
Adam Carey Cyclists riding without bike lights are three times more likely to be seriously injured in a crash than those who are lit up, a major study of cycling crashes in Melbourne has found.
Adam Carey Almost 40 per cent of Melbourne cyclists admit to sometimes riding through red lights.
Adam Carey A trial express bus service to Monash University's Clayton campus is easing reliance on cars.
Adam Carey Taxi booking company 13CABS will abandon its scare campaign claiming a proposed increase in the number of hire cars on the road could lead to more sexual attacks on women following an overwhelming...