New article on public transport symbolism in Journal of Transport Geography, co-authored by Dorina Pojani
Research Papers

New article on public transport symbolism in Journal of Transport Geography, co-authored by Dorina Pojani

The use of different forms of public transport connotes different symbolic meanings across national cultures. This has relevance when encouraging the uptake of public transport in Asia’s megacities such as Beijing or Chennai, where rapid deterioration in air quality has been partly attributed to a rapid increase in private motorised transport ownership and usage. Yet … Continue reading

Laurel Johnson interviewed by Channel 9 news on Live, Work, Play CityPulse indices
Opinion

Laurel Johnson interviewed by Channel 9 news on Live, Work, Play CityPulse indices

UQ|UP’s Laurel Johnson says the Live, Work, Play CityPulse indices are a broad though helpful way to compare the quality of life in key locations in the growing metro region of south east Queensland. Interviewed for Channel 9 news, Laurel said that the key to liveability is access via ‘high frequency, affordable public transport’ across … Continue reading

Dorina Pojani panelist in forum “How to build neighbourhoods without widening roads”
News

Dorina Pojani panelist in forum “How to build neighbourhoods without widening roads”

A community forum called “How to build neighbourhoods without widening roads” was hosted by Amy MacMahon, the Green’s state election candidate for South Brisbane, on Sunday, October 1st, 3:30pm-5pm, East Brisbane Bowls Club. Dr Dorina Pojani was one of the invited panelists. The forum was attended by Jonathan Sri,¬†Councillor for The Gabba Ward.¬† The main … Continue reading