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A walk in the park

06 Nov 2019

A walk in the park Image

City of Melbourne transport and parking officer Ross Goddard led residents for a brief walking tour through council’s proposed changes to car parking and bicycle lanes along Balston and Kavanagh streets last month.

As reported in the October edition of Southbank Local News, the council is proposing to remove around 50 on-street car parks along Kavanagh St in order to make way for new separated bike lanes and a new central median strip for tree planting.

Organised with the help of the Southbank Residents’ Association (SRA), Mr Goddard took a small group of local residents through the changes on October 24 beginning at Balston St, where council is proposing 25 new angled car parks.

 

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