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Factsheet #1: Federal funding for public transport

By |2018-02-27T13:44:52+11:00July 1st, 2007|Factsheets|

To further its advocacy for public transport improvements, the ETC has produced a series of factsheets highlighting its priorities for the region: Despite having one of the highest levels of urbanisation, Australia remains the only OECD nation where the Federal Government does not provide funds for sustainable transport infrastructure. This places Australia at an international [...]

Factsheet #2: Belgrave / Lilydale rail line

By |2018-02-27T13:44:53+11:00July 1st, 2007|Factsheets|

To further its advocacy for public transport improvements, the ETC has produced a series of factsheets highlighting its priorities for the region: The Belgrave/Lilydale line, with approximately 93,000 daily boardings, is Melbourne's most highly patronised rail line. Ringwood, 25.8 kilometres eastwards from Flinders Street, serves as a junction between the Belgrave and Lilydale lines. Linking [...]

Factsheet #3: The Dandenong Rail Corridor

By |2018-02-27T13:44:53+11:00July 1st, 2007|Factsheets|

To further its advocacy for public transport improvements, the ETC has produced a series of factsheets highlighting its priorities for the region: The Dandenong line with approximately 60,000 daily boardings is experiencing some of Melbourne's highest levels of patronage growth. Dandenong, 31.2 kilometres from Flinders Street, serves as a junction between the Pakenham and Cranbourne [...]

Factsheet #4: Rail to Rowville

By |2018-02-27T13:44:53+11:00July 1st, 2007|Factsheets|

To further its advocacy for public transport improvements, the ETC has produced a series of factsheets highlighting its priorities for the region: Linking the CBD, Monash University and Stud Park, rail to Rowville has long been acknowledged as the missing link of Melbourne’s train network and now is the time to commit to its expansion [...]

Factsheet #5: Rail to Doncaster

By |2018-02-27T13:44:53+11:00July 1st, 2007|Factsheets|

To further its advocacy for public transport improvements, the ETC has produced a series of factsheets highlighting its priorities for the region: The City of Manningham, with over 110,000 residents is the only municipality within Melbourne that lacks any form of rail or tram access. This places the region at a competitive disadvantage due to [...]

Factsheet #6: Better Transport Interchanges

By |2018-02-27T13:44:53+11:00July 1st, 2007|Factsheets|

To further its advocacy for public transport improvements, the ETC has produced a series of factsheets highlighting its priorities for the region: Melbourne's public transport system needs to operate as an integrated network, consisting of coordinated travel between bus, tram and train services. While issues relating to the frequency and temporal coverage need to be [...]

Factsheet #7: Better Bus Services

By |2018-02-27T13:44:53+11:00July 1st, 2007|Factsheets|

To further its advocacy for public transport improvements, the ETC has produced a series of factsheets highlighting its priorities for the region: Whilst the expansion of rail and tram services is necessary to provide a fast and efficient public transport network, this must be complemented with bus service improvements to serve as feeder services to [...]