PATREC

Planning and Transport Research Centre

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Infrastructure funding and implementation

Bridging the Infrastructure gap: A review of infrastructure provision and funding in WA.

Integrated land-use transport planning and policy

Effective strategies and measures in supporting transport choice and travel behaviour change.

Land-use transport modelling, economics and information

What are the multi-perspective impacts of and solution for decoupling economic growth and liveability in metropolitan Perth?

Regional planning and transport

Understanding the social, economic and cultural relationships between WA’s capital city and its regional cities and towns.

The Planning and Transport Research Centre (PATREC) is a collaboration between three Western Australian public universities: The University of Western Australia, Curtin University and Edith Cowan University. It also receives financial support from the Department of Transport, Main Roads Western Australia and Planning WA.

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Research Seminar by Dr. Lael Parrott: Towards resilient and sustainable landscapes
PATREC and Business School UWA are hosting a Research Seminar Presented by Dr Lael Parrott on 13 May 2015.

Updated: 27 Apr 2015 12:17pm
Sustainable Suburbs? A public lecture by the International Distinguished Visiting Fellow: Prof David Gordon.
PATREC is co-sponsoring a public lecture on Sustainable Suburbs by Prof David Gordon on Wednesday 29 April.
Updated: 01 Apr 2015 1:43pm
Transport Infrastructure Financing Report
This report (by Associate Prof Paul McLeod) reviews the issues relating to future funding for transport infrastructure in Western Australia, starting with a review of the broader issues in transport infrastructure planning and funding, including the circumstances in which there can be market failure in private and public sector funding. The report looks at funding as an integral part of the broader planning and pricing policies required for effective infrastructure outcomes and reviews experiences with a range of specific funding instruments. The analysis concludes with an assessment of the  relative  merits of various possible approaches to funding for Western Australia.
Updated: 26 Feb 2015 2:28pm