Sustainable Transport Alternatives to East West Link – Forum

University of Melbourne, Photo by James Davies

Photo by James Davies

The forum is this Thursday, September 19, 2013
6.30 pm until 8.00 pm.

At the Middle Theatrette, Babel Building; the University of Melbourne Students Linking Melbourne Sustainably (SLiMS) support sustainable transport and oppose the proposed East West Link road. They are holding a free public forum on the topic of “Sustainable Transport Alternatives to the East West Link.” This event is supported by the University of Melbourne Student Union Environmental Committee.

Speaking at the forum will be:

Doug Harley: Former Manager of Network Modelling and Analysis, VicRoads

Gary Brennan: General Manager, Government and External Relations, Bicycle Network

Victoria Nicholas Low: University of Melbourne researcher, author of Institutional Barriers to Sustainable Transport

Crystal Legacy: RMIT lecturer and researcher on transport and environmental issues

There will be a Q&A session at the end of the forum where attendees will be given the opportunity to have their questions answered by our presenters. This forum will be of interest to anybody concerned about the proposed East West Link or interested in sustainable transport and how it is a superior solution to cities’ transportneeds.

Please RSVP as light refreshments will be provided.

Contact: Alexander Sheko 0431 144 112/ asheko@student.unimelb.edu.au

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About Friends of Banyule Inc

President & Public Officer of Friends of Banyule Inc, a community not- for-profit organisation to enhance and protect the environmental assets of Banyule City. Currently fighting the proposed NE Link freeway through one of inner Melbourne's most ecologically sensitive areas and historical areas.
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