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Hoddle Street Planning: Have Your Say

Posted in Policies, Seeking by Kate Archdeacon on July 14th, 2010

Source: Victoria Walks

Hoddle Street is often choked with traffic and is an unpleasant environment for walking. What ideas do you have about making this street more vibrant and people friendly?

VicRoads is currently undertaking a planning study to investigate options to improve the efficiency and reliability of all modes of transport along Hoddle Street, from the Eastern Freeway to just north of the M1 Freeway (Citylink).  As with any transport planning investigation, it is important that we understand the interests, issues and concerns of all users – so we want to know what you think.

Project description

Hoddle Street is critical to north-south and east-west transport movements in inner Melbourne and to the flow of Eastern Freeway traffic to and from the CBD.  As conditions change and demand continues to increase, the challenge will be to find ways to reduce congestion and improve transport flow whilst considering the needs and safety of pedestrians, cyclists and public transport users.  The study will examine key issues and investigate potential solutions, including grade separations and opportunities to enhance the efficiency of public transport.

Have your say

Your input is important in helping us better understand key issues relating to congestion, public transport, pedestrian and bicycle use, land use planning and urban design.  Join in the discussion by clicking through on the questions on the website. You will be asked to register to participate, your privacy is protected and your name and email will never be disclosed.

Here’s your chance to join the discussion and help promote a more walking friendly environment!

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