All posts tagged Sydney

With the question of legacy weighing heavily on the London 2012 Olympic Games, Melissa Meyer considers the good and bad legacies from the Olympic Cities of 1984 to 2008. Read more
If you’re a Simpsons connoisseur you know the story: Springfield builds a monorail when the town becomes flush with cash, but the project goes up in hilarious flames. Yet the monorail hasn’t fared much better in the real world, failing to be a practical success in both Sydney and Las Vegas. Read more
After London successfully implement a congestion pricing scheme in 2003, countless cities said they were considering doing the same. Nine years later, few have followed London's lead. So what's happened to city-wide congestion pricing? Read more