Urgent transport reforms are needed to tackle traffic issues caused by urban sprawl in Melbourne. Greens Senate candidate and transport analyst, Janet Rice, sounded a strong warning that urban sprawl in Melbourne’s northern suburbs will accelerate pressure for the North-East … Continue reading
Posted in Baillieu Government, Car Dependency, Cycling in Banyule, Doncaster Rail, Investment in Rail, Ne-Link Freeway, Public Transport, Road Lobby, Urban Growth Boundary
Tagged Melbourne, North East Link, Public transport
By Dennis O’Connell Local Structure Plans originally emerged under Melbourne 2030 and related Planning Scheme amendments including VC71 (providing for development along transport corridors and activity centres), as part of planning policy under the previous government.
By Ian Hundley The City of Banyule’s recently released draft Ivanhoe Structure Plan covers the Ivanhoe Shopping Centre, surrounding commercial, civic and residential areas as well as the Ivanhoe and Darebin railway station precincts. The draft plan is generating a … Continue reading
Posted in Activity Centres, Baillieu Government, Car Dependency, Heritage, Investment in Rail, Population Growth, Public Transport, Seat of Ivanhoe, Trains, Urban Growth Boundary, Walking in Banyule
According to The Age (24/6) the Victorian government has appointed planning expert David Vorchheimer to develop a new metropolitan planning strategy. The strategy review, which was foreshadowed during the 2010 election campaign, is expected to direct urban infrastructure spending for … Continue reading
By Vivienne Ortega Our parklands are under threat! Hundreds of kilometres of new freeways and expanded roads would be built across Melbourne over the next 30 years, under plans revealed
Posted in Baillieu Government, Banyule Flats, Car Dependency, Heidelberg School, Investment in Rail, Ne-Link Freeway, Population Growth, Public Transport, Seat of Ivanhoe, Trains, Uncategorized, Urban Growth Boundary, Vic Roads, Warringal Conservation Society
Tagged Airport Rail Link, City of Banyule, Effects of the automobile on societies, Heidelberg, Hurstbridge railway line Melbourne, Matthew Guy, NE-Link-Freeway, North East Link, Public transport, Public transport in Banyule, Urban growth boundary
By Kevin Biaggini VicRoads and its Smart Roads Policy, Activity Centres and all the other Vested Interests. What it means for US.
Posted in Activity Centres, Car Dependency, Population Growth, Public Transport, Smart Roads, SmartBus, Uncategorized, Urban Growth Boundary, Vic Roads
Tagged Heidelberg, Matthew Guy, Public transport in Banyule, Urban growth boundary, Victoria
The fact that Transport Minister, Terry Mulder, would not rule out the NE link road project when invited to do so publicly is worrying.