“Almost nothing signifies progress more than new roads….” By Ian Hundley In the right time and place this sentiment would not have been the source of too much concern. If it was uttered 40 years ago, that is. However these … Continue reading
Posted in Baillieu Government, Bus Services in Banyule, Doncaster Rail, Hurstbridge rail line, Investment in Rail, Ne-Link Freeway, Public Transport, Road Lobby, SmartBus, Trains
Tagged East-West Link, Public transport, Ted Baillieu, Tony Abbott
Transport Minister Terry Mulder officially opened the new South Morang railway station on Sunday 22 April. The extension of the Epping line to South Morang was the culmination of a long campaign, especially by the South Morang and Mernda Rail … Continue reading
I have been using our local public transport services for the two past months for my daily to journey to work and nothing makes sense to me anymore.
Posted in Baillieu Government, Car Dependency, Hurstbridge rail line, Investment in Rail, Ne-Link Freeway, Public Transport, SmartBus, Trains, Uncategorized
Tagged Bus, Bus stop, Melbourne, Metlink, Nordic Countries, Public transport, Traffic congestion, Train
By Ian Hundley Planning Minister and Northern Metropolitan Province MP, Matthew Guy, has recently written to Friends of Banyule
Posted in Baillieu Government, Banyule Flats, Car Dependency, Doncaster Rail, Hurstbridge rail line, Investment in Rail, Metro Trains, Ne-Link Freeway, Public Transport, Road Lobby, SmartBus, Trains, Uncategorized, Vic Roads
Tagged Banyule, department of planning, Government of Victoria (Australia), Matthew Guy, Melbourne, North East Link, public consultation, Public transport, Terry Mulder, transport accessibility, vic gov, VicRoads, Victoria
For the purpose of improving on-time running the Victorian government recently announced permanent changes to route bus services that are regularly accessed by residents of the City of Banyule.
Posted in Bus Services in Banyule, Car Dependency, Public Transport, SmartBus, Uncategorized
Tagged Banyule, City of Banyule, Government of Victoria (Australia), Greensborough, La Trobe University, Lower Plenty Victoria, Victorian government, Viewbank Victoria
By Ian Hundley If built Doncaster Rail could provide a sustainable solution for Banyules’ traffic congestion and lack of public transport.
By Lara It’s really hard to get excited about our bus systems – unless you are a regular user of course – and I am not. It’s not like they have been plagued with publicity, good or bad, and they … Continue reading