RailSmart Planning Wanneroo
RailSmart Planning Wanneroo (RailSmart) researchers, future users of the RailSmart tool including City of Wanneroo, and Department of Transport, along with consultants to the RailSmart Project, Arup – convened at the University of Western Australia on Friday, 28 September, to preview the initial design of the RailSmart dashboard and system architecture. This first RailSmart platform
With population growth and the ensuing suburban sprawl, the further our journey to work has become. It’s a fact, we love our cars. After all they’re an immediate option and sometimes our only one. On the flip side, this convenience comes with its costs. Fuel and vehicle maintenance are expensive but what’s also expensive is
Demographic data is forecasting Wanneroo’s population will double by 2041 to over 400,000 whilst by comparison, the City of Perth is set to grow far more conservatively from 28,000 to just 41,000. The City of Wanneroo covers an expansive 52 kilometres from Girrawheen to Two Rocks, and of course since the mining boom, Wanneroo’s outlying
RailSmart Planning Wanneroo is one of 49 projects under the Australian Government’s Smart Cities and Suburbs Program to receive grant funding to devise innovative technology-driven solutions to various urban challenges. Why The City of Wanneroo? As it stands, the City of Wanneroo offers an ideal context for smart technology solutions because: It’s the fastest growing
Australian communities are growing fast – and fastest at the fringe. In urban growth areas across Australia, what are known as ‘greenfield neighbourhoods’ are popping up at speed. The property development term “greenfield” is used to describe natural landscape that has never before been built on – and requires no existing structure to be demolished.