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Transport strategy needs your say

20 Mar 2012

The City of Melbourne has released a transport strategy draft for 2012-30 for public comment, giving all stakeholders, residents and visitors the chance to have their say on the future.

The consensus among councillors on March 13 was that the strategy was still far from being finalised, and in reality, needed more input and tightening.

The transport strategy report has been updated with public submissions received last year.

Lord Mayor Robert Doyle said there was no doubt the strategy needed work and it was a long way from being finished.

“We would need to be more convinced as a group that this draft is where we should end up. I’m not convinced we are there yet,” Cr Doyle said.

Councillor Jackie Watts those thoughts, adding: “I see this as requiring a lot more work. This is a very important document and it’s not at a satisfactory point for me to recommend today.”

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