Daniel Andrews has resigned as Victoria’s Premier. It’s hard to think of bigger changes to Melbourne’s public transport infrastructure in recent decades than what we’ve seen since 2014 when he became Premier. Dozens of level crossing removals (and rail lines and stations rebuilt) and the Metro tunnel nearing completion. The level crossing program was particularly ... [More]
Comparing Melbourne travel demand data with PT timetable data shows weekends are woefully under-serviced compared to weekdays.
There’s some interesting stuff in this new Inside Infrastructure podcast with Melbourne Airport CEO Lorie Argus. I’ll forgive the trio of out-of-towners for not knowing the name of Melbourne’s most popular street directory, the Melway. (Gregory’s? Puh-leeze.) But apart from that, a couple of interesting things grabbed me… Firstly, about 400 people work for the ... [More]
Suburban Rail Loop is five years old today, but is a decade away from opening. London has taken a different path for its new orbital route.
Given the Metro tunnel will result in a lot more people interchanging between lines, now is a good time to think about line naming
It’s possible to find Myki machines and regular route buses at Melbourne Airport – but it’s a bit of a walk.
XPT trains are set to be replaced in coming years… but the new fleet won’t have sleepers.
It’s not Montague Street, but trucks keep hitting this low bridge