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East West Link project approved with Royal Park largely spared

East West Link.

Adam Carey and Clay Lucas The six-kilometre East West Link tollway through Melbourne's inner north will be built after Planning Minister Matthew Guy announced he had approved the project on Monday.

Drab train stations come to life in university design project

Melbourne train stations artists impressions

Adam Carey Some of Melbourne's most drab and dysfunctional suburban railway stations have been reimagined as vibrant public transport hubs serviced by London-style elevated train lines, in a new exhibition that...

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East-west viaduct coming and Kensington residents want out

Bent st Apartments

Adam Carey The owners of dozens of new apartments in a converted warehouse in Kensington have implored the Napthine government to buy them out because their homes will be just 14 metres from an elevated road...

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Public Transport Victoria plans to expand cross-town buses

bus

Adam Carey A network of more than 30 bus routes running every 10 minutes would criss-cross much of Melbourne within less than a decade under ambitious plans produced by Public Transport Victoria.

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East-west link ramp plans spark resident fears

East-west link project design

Adam Carey New ramps will connect the east-west link to Arden Street in the inner north, funnelling thousands of vehicles on to Kensington and North Melbourne streets.

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State government announces new off-ramp for east-west link

Denis Napthine.

Adam Carey A new off-ramp from the east-west link to Ormond Road will be built as part of the major road project, funnelling toll road traffic into Ascot Vale and Moonee Ponds, the Napthine government has...

Camberwell station development shelved

Geoffrey Rush.

Adam Carey A controversial plan to redevelop Camberwell railway station in Melbourne's leafy east has been abandoned.

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Timing is everything in remembering explorers

Adam Carey Robert O'Hara Burke and William John Wills missed the supply depot that would have delivered them to a hero's return by just nine hours and instead became a tragic footnote in Australian history.