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Slower speed limits have quietly been introduced in parts of Sydney which many drivers many not be aware of.

There is a major rail revival around the world, including light rail, metro rail, heavy rail, and high speed rail. At the same time car use has peaked and is in decline in most cities. However transport planning, especially in major Australian cities, continues to plan for expansion of road capacity and cannot understand this rail fetish. Why is there a reversal in the historic transport patterns?

Motorists can expect reductions of up to 20km/h in some of the most congested parts of the city.

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