Wanna win government in 2022? Do (or promise) these marginal seat public transport service upgrades

 
Topic moved from News by bevans on 25 Mar 2020 13:16
  bevans Site Admin

Location: Melbourne, Australia
Really love this piece of analysis and still believe it is relevant for the up coming election in Victoria in 2023.

Spending for rail upgrades desperately needed in the west of the state.  Ballarat and Ararat and perhaps Hamilton for expansion.

Geelong to Ballarat.

Maryborough to Castlemaine?

Wanna win government in 2022? Do (or promise) these marginal seat public transport service upgrades.

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  ARodH Chief Train Controller

Location: East Oakleigh, Vic
Oh that turkey. He had a major research fail in regards to the 704 bus, as it's current route got changed around the time of the Smartbus introduction. It used to from Huntingdale station continue along Haughton Rd to terminate at Oakleigh station where the 625, 733 & 701 stop. Speed humps, traffic islands and roundabouts where then installed in that section of Haughton Rd to discourage any further buses, kinda like the bit of road that the North Rd bus use to use in terminating at Elwood Beach.
  Valvegear Oliver Bullied, CME

Location: Norda Fittazroy
If the writer of that modern day War and Peace epic believes that even 0.001% of Victorian voters are going to plough their way through it before voting, he is in need of the greatest reality check of all time.
  The Vinelander Minister for Railways

Location: Ballan, Victoria on the Ballarat RFR Line
Really love this piece of analysis and still believe it is relevant for the up coming election in Victoria in 2023.

Spending for rail upgrades desperately needed in the west of the state.  Ballarat and Ararat and perhaps Hamilton for expansion.

Geelong to Ballarat.

Maryborough to Castlemaine?

Wanna win government in 2022? Do (or promise) these marginal seat public transport service upgrades.
bevans

I guess we were probably WELL OVERDUE for a nonsense, storm in a teacup piece.


1. The state budget, I believe will be brought down later this year...possibly October...and DEFINITELY not 'tomorrow'

2. Why did this rubbish deserve its own thread Question


Mike.

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