It’s not Montague Street, but trucks keep hitting this low bridge
It looks pretty good – except that the design leads almost everybody to the far southern end of the platform.
Last day of the month! Just time for my monthly post of old photos from ten years ago: July 2013.
The first test trains have entered the Metro tunnel
Not authentically Gold Rush are the full car parks outside Sovereign Hill – the horseless carriages is the main mode of access.
Glen Huntly Road has re-opened to traffic and trams following the level crossing removal, though trains are still a few weeks from resuming.
How they redeveloped the old rail alignment after removing the level crossing
(Not a transport post) I’ve used a few social media and instant messenger services over the years. I’m not sure if Usenet, IRC and ICQ count, but SixDegrees certainly does. Then came Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. In recent years I’ve mostly used the latter. The old Twitter wasn’t owned by angels, but at least they ... [More]
Oops, I missed posting these in June: old photos from ten years ago. I’ll zip through these and try and post the July set in July. Fog on Bourke Street. Big dual cab utes are not a new problem, though they’re unfortunately much more numerous now. The driver of this one did not cover themselves ... [More]
Three rail lines closed from the west, and the worst bus delays are precisely where they could allocate bus lanes.
It’s not just about public transport
Too busy to blog last week, but may I recommend this article instead. I definitely get the sense that after years of disruptions, patience is wearing thin. In the face of confusing and sometimes wrong information, and inadequate staff and bus provision, this is hardly surprising – especially on the lines most regularly affected. As ... [More]