16.05.2019City of Melbourne | Transport Strategy 2030

The City of Melbourne Draft Transport Strategy 2030 was endorsed for public consultation by the Future Melbourne Committee on Tuesday 7 May 2019.

Read a copy of the Draft Transport Strategy and more information on information sessions here:

https://participate.melbourne.vic.gov.au/transportstrategy.

We encourage our members to complete the survey or consider writing a submission in response to the Draft.

The Draft is open for public comment until Wednesday 19 June.

As a key stakeholder, we wish to invite you to one of our upcoming information sessions. The sessions will include an overview of what’s in the Draft Transport Strategy, presentations from experts who helped us develop the evidence base and an opportunity to discuss the Strategy in more detail with City of Melbourne staff.

The information session details are:

Wednesday 29 May, 6pm-8pm

The Wheeler Centre

176 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Saturday 1 June, 11am-1pm

The Wheeler Centre

176 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Light catering will be provided.

Please register to attend an information session here

In addition to the information sessions, the project team will be holding a series of pop-ups across the city to discuss the Draft Transport Strategy with the community. More information on the pop-ups can be found at the Participate Melbourne page above.

We hope to see you at one of our upcoming engagement sessions and discuss your thoughts and feedback on the Draft. Should you wish to meet with the project team separately during the consultation period, please get in touch.

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