Twenty-five homes and seven business premises will be demolished, but the wider Cheltenham community will get its wish not to have a new "sky rail" built in its midst when the Charman Road level crossing is abolished.
Transport Reporter for The Age
Plans to build safe bike lanes along St Kilda Road have been deferred by the Andrews government because of concern that giving more road space to cyclists on the thoroughfare might inconvenience motorists.
The Geelong railway line will need an overhaul within five years, or it will decline into a slow, overcrowded service with more and more passengers standing in the aisles over long journeys, an expert analysis warns.
Twelve of the 13 contracts for Melbourne's bus network will be opened up to competition for the first time in generations, in an attempt to get more people using the city's lagging bus services.
A V/Line train has reportedly been derailed after hitting an abandoned car near Bendigo, temporarily shutting down the line.
It's traffic school, but not as we know it. Forget the bikes and trikes, mock traffic lights and stop signs.
Ercument Turkeli had a simple explanation for why Melbourne's taxi licence holders blockaded the Bolte Bridge, and it's not about a certain American rideshare app that is hurting their businesses.
VicRoads has warned people a planned blockade of the Bolte Bridge by sections of the taxi industry could cause major delays during Monday morning's peak.
A claimed rare Aboriginal birthing tree is at the heart of a last-ditch heritage application to save it from being destroyed this year to widen a rural highway.
Meet the average Melbourne bike rider. Chances are he is male, aged in his mid-thirties to mid-forties, and rides five to 10 km each time he gets on his bike.