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Public Information Display

April 27, 2009 1 Comment

The Victorian Government recently released its $38 billion Victorian Transport Plan. Members of the public are invited to a Public Information Display to learn more about the plan – including major road and rail projects to be delivered in Melbourne’s west. This is an opportunity to learn more about the plan by talking directly to
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Victorian Transport Plan

December 8, 2008 7 Comments

The Victorian government today released its long awaited Victorian Transport Plan (VTP) A link to the plan can be found here: So what’s in the plan in relation to trucks in the inner west? The VTP contains a Truck Action Plan to be carried out in two stages and is dependent on Commonwealth funding.
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On off ramps for Westgate.

December 7, 2008 95 Comments

Maribyrnong Truck Action Group Press Release Maribyrnong Truck Action Group applauds plan to take trucks off streets After years of campaigning, the Maribyrnong Truck Action Group is today celebrating the announcement of the Brumby government’s plan to build a route from the Westgate Freeway to the port. “This is what we have been lobbying for
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Victorian transport plan revealed

December 4, 2008 19 Comments

An expansion of Victoria’s rail network and the go-ahead for new roads have been announced as the key elements of the State Government’s transport blueprint. According to The Age, The Age believes Premier John Brumby will announce a “metro-style” rail tunnel from the western suburbs to the south-east, a new rail link to free-up the
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Mega-trucks plan

August 28, 2008 1 Comment

Massive B-triple trucks eight times the length of a family car would be allowed to run on CityLink and many other main commuter routes, under a secret Department of Transport plan leaked to the State Opposition. The leaked document shows the routes B-triples (prime movers towing three trailers that can weigh up to 82 tonnes
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