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Making Melbourne More Walkable

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The Future Melbourne Committee endorsed the Draft Transport Strategy for public consultation on May 7th, aiming to make Melbourne more walkable. Why is it important for Melbourne to increase its walkability? Reporter Wing Kuang investigates.

Guests

Prof Hussein Dia, Professor of Future Urban Mobility, Swinburne University of Technology

Ms Yvonne Meng, practising architect and PhD candidate at Monash University

Mr.┬áDesmond John, Tour Guide at I’m Free Walking Tour

Contributors

Wing Kuang

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