Transport planning, Strategic Management

Assume the population of Darwin in 50 yrs will be 2million. There will be gas related industries in the surrounding areas of Darwin. Mining activities in the Northern Territory will be in an active stage. Discuss the relevant issues related to Transport planning for the future. Suggest some strategies you will adapt to meet the future Transport demand.

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