A proposal put forward by a Melbourne council could see cars banned from large parts of the CBD, prioritising pedestrians and public transport instead.
Now Sadiq Khan admits low-traffic neighbourhoods ‘aren’t perfect’ and some may need REMOVING in London – ‘there’s no evidence they reduce the number of miles driven’
- London mayor concedes councils might need to ‘tweak’ LTNs or scrap them
Premier Daniel Andrews’ latest budget, released on Tuesday, revealed that businesses and property investors would be slugged with $8.6 billion in “temporary” levies in a bid to contain Victoria’s soaring debt levels.
The Covid-19 debt levy will secure $3.9 billion from businesses with payrolls over $10 million and $4.7 billion […]
New York City will begin tracking the carbon footprint of household food consumption and putting caps on how much red meat can be served in public institutions as part of a sweeping initiative to achieve a 33% reduction in carbon emissions from food […]
Three Rhode Island […]
Customers of one of […]
The citizen’s starter kit to understanding the new global information cartel
On January 17, 1961, outgoing President and former Supreme Allied Commander Dwight D. Eisenhower gave one of the most consequential […]
In late January of this year, news bulletins included details about the just released user audit report into myGov: “the government’s front door for digital services and support”, or put more plainly, a digital platform that currently links users to fifteen […]
Starbucks is trialing Amazon’s biometric payment system, Amazon One, in the Seattle market. The system, which allows customers to pay in-store with the scan of a palm, was spotted in a Starbucks north of the company’s Seattle headquarters in Edmonds, Washington.
Christine Anderson, a member of the European Parliament, believes that COVID-19 passports and QR codes that became widespread during the pandemic were test runs toward implementing “15-minute cities” […]