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Mernda rail extension plans on the drawing board

Adam Carey Plans for a new rail line in Melbourne’s booming outer north are quietly being drawn up by the Napthine government, just three months out from a state election in which transport issues are...

Call to extend Plenty Road tram line to South Morang station

The Age News 17th June 2014 Picture by Wayne Taylor. Local residents Lynn Ansell and Alahna Desiatoat the intersection of Plenty rd and Bush Blvd in Mill Park where the wide median strip was built for a tram line but years later has still not happened.

Adam Carey The mature eucalyptus trees in the wide Plenty Road median strip tell the tale of a tram line long hoped for but never delivered.

The odyssey

Bus Driver Eril Mitchell who drives the 901 bus which is Melbourne's longest running from Frankston to Ringwood to the Airport.

Adam Carey I'm standing at the airport waiting for a bus. Midday. Friday. Tullamarine. An axis through which 30 million people pass each year, barely any of them on a public bus.

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What problems? Government skims over transport nightmare

The sun shines off the roof of Melbourne Central , Melbourne CBD Thursday 6 August 2009. Picture by Craig Abraham The Age

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Adam Carey A government submission to a two-year inquiry into the liveability of Melbourne's outer suburbs has been attacked for being delivered 11 months late and with just one reference to transport issues...

Traffic chaos adds to fire danger as residents flee

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Adam Carey and Jared Lynch Traffic in Melbourne's booming outer north all but ground to a halt during Monday's mass evacuation of residents, putting people at greater risk from the fire, locals say.

Billion-dollar plan to fix dangerous roads

A Frankston roadside memorial.

Adam Carey The state government will spend $1 billion to cut the road toll.

Northern growth corridor residents driven to despair

Traffic jam

Adam Carey Communters in Melbourne's nothern suburbs turn to Facebook to vent their frustration.

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