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20,000 subscribers

Some time yesterday morning the number of subscribers on my YouTube channel ticked over from 19,999 to 20,000. I hit 10,000 just over eight months ago in July 2023 and I really wasn’t expecting to get here so soon.

I’m very humbled and thankful to everyone who has supported and helped to grow the channel.

I will do a Q&A again so you have any questions that you would like to ask please let me know either by leaving a comment on my community post on YouTube or on this post.

And also belated congratulations to Martin Bennet (aka Taitset) who’s also very recently achieved 30,000 subscribers!

It’s very heartening to see so much interest in locally made content on local topics. Thanks to everyone for your support along the way!


Join the discussion and tell us your opinion.

12 April, 2024 at 2:15 pm

Question: As you’ve documented so well, the 1969 Melbourne Transportation Plan has had a profound and lasting impact on Melbourne’s transport infrastructure, both for road and rail. It seems like this was a single plan that was continually re-created and re-developed over 30 or 40 years. What do you think made that particular plan so influential on planning policy; and what would it take for a modern “Melbourne Transportation Plan” to be similarly adopted across future generations of planners?

Philip Mallisreply
19 April, 2024 at 5:46 pm
– In reply to: Jesse

Thanks for the question! I’ll add it to my list 🙂

John Counselreply
24 April, 2024 at 4:30 pm

Congratulations, Phillip. Not surprised by this at all — always worth reading your content.

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