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Preston

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Roland Postma

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Preston: a suburban vacuum?


1. Accessibility
2. Multi-model transportation
Urban form
and role of the tram

Exclusivity
or discriminatory?
"...only a mere 100 low-floor accessible trams are in operation in Melbourne’s tram fleet of 487 cars."
Enhance tram capacity and role?
Multi-model transportation
Summary

Built form car-centric and discriminatory
Public transportation not fully in-sync.
No quality public space
legend:
tyler street
dundas street
86 tram route
Depleted, Depopulated and Diminshed vacuum?
Unresponsive?
Unless otherwise indicated, images and video included in this presentation were created by Roland Short, Roland Postma & Ryan Corttell @ Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

Diverse housing
intensification

The En
d
Co-Developing
Libraries, business incubators, sport facilities, etc.
Diverse
and walkable
neighbourhoods
Introduction
Car-centric
future?
Conclusion
over-reliance on commercial activities
tram-centric
car-centric
community facilities
residential intergration
grade separation
by Roland Short
Roland Postma and
Ryan Cottrell
Neglection?
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Victorian Government 2015, ‘Darebin Planning Scheme’, Victorian Government, viewed 9 April 2016, <http://planningschemes.dpcd.vic.gov.au/schemes/darebin>.
Victorian Government 2015, ‘Heritage Overlay’, Darebin planning scheme, viewed 8 April 2016, <http://planningschemes.dpcd.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/178370/darebin11ho.pdf>.
Victorian Government 2015, ‘Zones’, Darebin Planning Scheme, Viewed 9 April 2016, <http://planningschemes.dpcd.vic.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/178373/darebin11zn.pdf>.
Mees, P 2010, Transport for Suburbia: Beyond the Automobile Age, Earthscan, London
McCloskey, David; Birrell, Bob; Yip, Rose. 2009 Making public transport work in Melbourne. The Free Library
Google Maps, (2016). Preston Google Maps. [Online] Available at: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?hl=en&authuser=0&mid=zbux_zMIWlms.kryPSLgtmKOg [Accessed 7 Apr. 2016].
Woodstock, I. (2016) 'Week 4: Transit Urbanism'. ARCH1061_1610 Urban Design and Planning. Available at: http://breo.beds.ac.uk (Accessed: 3 April 2016). - See more at: https://lms.rmit.edu.au/bbcswebdav/pid-7164581-dt-content-rid-15760285_1/courses/ARCH1061_1610/ARCH1061_2016_TRANSIT_URBANISM_R.pdf.
(Victorian Government 2015)
(Google Maps 2016)
(Google Maps 2016)
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(Google Maps 2016)
('Townville' cited in Woodstock 2016)
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