Almost 1500 kilometres of Victoria's regional roads are in a "distressed" state, increasing the risk of accidents and putting lives at risk, the RACV warns.
Transport Reporter for The Age
Runaway population growth in Melbourne's north-west has put plans for a rail line to Melbourne Airport in jeopardy.
The government has a new weapon in the war against mobile phone zombies taking over the city streets - flashing lights in the footpath.
The only globally important wetland in suburban Melbourne is at "significant" risk of major and long-term environmental damage from the removal of two level crossings on the Frankston line, a report for the Andrews government has warned.
Victoria will remain the only state in Australia in which young people must wait until they turn 18 to drive unaccompanied, after the government rejected a parliamentary committee's proposal to lower the probationary driving age to 17.
Trucks carting millions of cubic metres of spoil out of the inner city as the Melbourne Metro rail tunnel is dug will all be fitted with protective sideguards to reduce the risk of cyclists, motorcyclists and pedestrians getting killed.
Trams operating on three of Melbourne's busiest routes have been revamped to improve passenger safety.
An elevated freight road could be built right through Fishermans Bends' new suburbs to cope with all the truck traffic in and out of the Port of Melbourne.
The most dangerous places to cross the road in Melbourne.
More than 200 mourners gathered beneath the tall palm trees of Yarraville Gardens on Monday to honour the too-brief life of Arzu Baglar, who was killed in a collision with a truck at a dangerous corner nearby.