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Looking at transport 30 years down the road

The future is coming and to ensure we’re not caught like a deer in the headlights the state government has begun consultation on its draft Queensland Transport Strategy.

The 30 year plan envisages everything from driverless cars and buses to airborne passenger drones.

Associate Professor Matthew Bourke from the Cities Research Institute at Griffith University tells Mark many changes are just around the corner, including a possible end to car ownership.

You can view the draft strategy at www.tmr.qld.gov.au/QueenslandTransportStrategy

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