City Congestion and How Cycling Can Solve This
Do you drive a car to go into the city? Maybe you take the busy trains, crowded buses or just simply walk the walk. Either way, we’re all familiar with Sydney’s busy commute. In fact, the government’s Productivity Commission is urging for a congestion tax. What does this mean for the way we travel? Well, cycling is a pretty popular solution.
The Daily was joined by Marion Terrill, Transport and Cities Program Director from Grattan Institute, to talk more about city congestion and how cycling can be part of the solution.