The Box Hill Transport Interchange is old, out of date, and not meeting the needs of the thousands of passengers who use it every day. It's time for an upgrade. If you agree, like our video on Facebook
The Eastern Transport Coalition (ETC) supports the RACV On Track Survey and encourage that our residents in the east participate to share their knowledge on what improvements are needed for the eastern region. The survey runs through November.
The Eastern Transport Coalition recently met with Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan and Shaun Leane MP at Parliament of Victoria to discuss our transport priorities for the Eastern Region. Our Councillors did an excellent job of presenting our case for increased services for our local communities. We have an exciting year ahead of us! Pictured, [...]
Croydon is a great place to live and work, but the area around Croydon Station is congested and inefficient. By elevating the rail line, we can remove the Coolstore Road level crossing and completely revitalise the area with new shops, more parking, better bus connections and brand new open space. Want better public transport and [...]
https://youtu.be/oFQt_CDqZWM Extending the route 75 tram to Knox Central would give more options to commuters and provide better connections between local businesses. It just makes sense – and that's why it's on our list. The 50 projects we advocate for will make Mebourne's east more livable and prepare for population growth. For the full [...]
Public transport is crucial to the growth and wellbeing of our community. The Eastern Transport Coalition (ETC) strives to give commuters in Melbourne's east access to safe and convenient public transport modes with frequent and reliable services. Here's a few reasons why we think you should choose public transport next time you're heading out:
The ETC welcomes the opportunity to provide comment on the City of Greater Dandenong draft Integrated Transport Plan 2017 - 22. As City of Greater Dandenong state on their website: Transport is central to our modern way of life. It connects us with our families, friends and community as well as to resources, employment, and [...]
Part of this off-road path has already been constructed. These two images give you an indication of what the path looks like before and after construction:
Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems around Australia and the world take thousands of cars off the road every day. If implemented in Melbourne, a BRT could get the 15,000 bus passengers using the Eastern Freeway each day to their destination more quickly.