Transport concerns are an ongoing issue for the community. Council’s overarching transport strategy which helps to define the Council response and direction in dealing with many of these issues is due for revision. Council is now seeking to develop a new transport strategy for the municipality.
Part of this new strategy is to seek to define Council’s advocacy stance on transport projects. Many of these projects are not necessarily within Council’s immediate control, though impact Banyule. A prioritised list of transport project advocacy has been developed to help drive future discussions and advocacy with State and Federal Government bodies.
This project seeks to adopt this list as a basis for ongoing advocacy and to provide input into development of a new Integrated Transport Strategy for Banyule.
Click on the links below to find out more information.
Discover how we are advocating to get the best possible outcomes from the North East Link project.
Learn about our advocacy efforts involving the Victorian Government's duplication of the rail line between Heidelberg and Rosanna; and Lower Plenty Rd level crossing removal in Rosanna.
Major Strategic Transport Projects & Major Arterial Road Upgrades/Duplication/Changes
Major Arterial/Major Arterial Intersections & Major Arterial/Local Road Intersections.
Significant bicycle infrastructure projects to improve our bicycle links through the municipality.
Pedestrian Priority Precincts & Pedestrian Crossing Facilities.
Hurstbridge Train Line Upgrades/Changes, Hurstbridge Train Line Station Upgrades, Banyule Route Bus Services.