A community campaign for Melbourne's future

Traffic in Melbourne

The East-West toll road is projected to cost taxpayers up to $18 billion. It is very expensive, has little economic benefit for Victoria and won't reduce traffic or city congestion in Melbourne. Last year our volunteers joined with other community groups to stop this project. 


Investing in world-class public transport infrastructure reduces traffic and pollution. It is cost-effective, sustainable and makes Melbourne a liveable city for all, including motorists. If we don't invest in mass transit now, congestion will destroy Victoria's ecology and economy.

  On Saturday 21 March public transport advocates from across Victoria will come together to discuss how we keep public transport a top priority for the state. With great wins...

By Andrew Herington The Prime Minister has sealed the fate of the controversial East West Link. When Tony Abbott declared the November 29 Victorian election to be a referendum on the...

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