Leafy Alphington is the latest Melbourne suburb that could see a new rail bridge soar across a main road and above homes as part of the state government's $5-$6 billion level crossing removal program.
Transport Reporter for The Age
Could a regular passenger ferry between Portarlington and Docklands really become a thing?
The state government plans to build a residential tower up to 13 storeys high above the Frankston railway line in Melbourne's south-east
Fourteen more unprotected rail crossings in country Victoria will be fixed by April.
In two weeks, just before 1am on August 8, the last car will drive along the southern end of Acland Street, then the traffic barriers will go up and Yarra Trams will begin to convert St Kilda's famous shopping strip into a plaza.
It is one of the quietest level crossings on the government's removal hit list, a council road in Seaford that is crossed by just 500 cars at its busiest in the two-hour morning peak.
Meet Graham. He's not built like you or me.
Cubic, the company that lost the two-horse race for the $700 million myki retender, has not given up on getting a slice of the deal.
Any decision to compensate the taxi industry for lost business to newcomer Uber would be paid for out of the pockets of the public and should be rejected, an economist's report commissioned by Uber has found.
It only took a few painted stencils on the road surface to uncork one of Melbourne's worst tram bottlenecks.