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Category Archives: Public transport
Vicinity has a Planning Application before Whitehorse Council to commence a major part of this development. WATAG has lodged a formal Objection with Whitehorse Council to try and ensure that vital Active Transport considerations are included in any plans that … Continue reading
Active Whitehorse News December 2020 A Happy Christmas season and a smoother Active Transport journey next year. Here’s some interesting articles to actively transport you into 2021. #activetravel #activetransport #activemobility #transportation #mobility #walking #bicycle #cycling #spaceforhealth #smartcities #streets #streetsasplaces #publicspace … Continue reading
Successful Councillors announed. The following information has been extracted from Wikipedia which in turn lists its source as Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) Effective from the 2020 Whitehorse will switch from five two-member wards to eleven single-member wards. The names of … Continue reading
The Suburban Rail Loop (SRL) – Melbourne Click here (or the map) for LOTS of information Then have your say. How will it affect you? How will it affect the urban areas it connects? What do you like/dislike about it? … Continue reading
Whatever is coming in Box Hill…it’s certain to be coming UP! Vicinity proposes $2b Box Hill redevelopment – including suburb’s tallest tower “Vicinity Centres has unveiled plans and lodged the first permit applications for a $2 billion mixed-use redevelopment of … Continue reading