Moreland Leader: Urban Forest Group urges Moreland Station moved south

Moreland leader again features coverage of the level Crossing removal with the story that 113 trees will be axed, with local group, the Upfield Urban Forest, calling for the new elevated Moreland Station to move further south so that more trees can be retained. A second story inside the papers covers the protest on Bell … Continue reading Moreland Leader: Urban Forest Group urges Moreland Station moved south

Morelend Leader: Peak hour protest – Level Crossing removal will not solve congestion

Moreland Leader featured a story on the protests at bell Street and Moreland Road pedestrian crossings on Tuesday 10 November. The protests sought to highlight that the congestion for vehicles will remain with cyclists and pedestrians still needing to cross these main roads. There is almost constant pedestrian and cycling traffic, so the argument congestion … Continue reading Morelend Leader: Peak hour protest – Level Crossing removal will not solve congestion

Moreland Council opposes LXRP heritage Permit in the Moreland Reserves

Moreland Council passed a resolution unanimously opposing the LXRP heritage permit and asking for more details of other options that could be employed to retain more trees. The Officer report (PDF 57.9MB) concluded: The application for the substantial removal of trees within Gandolfo Gardens and Moreland Station Reserve should not be supported, and it is … Continue reading Moreland Council opposes LXRP heritage Permit in the Moreland Reserves

A Better Bell street (and Moreland Road) for bikes, walking and station access

Make the Level Crossing Removals at Coburg and Moreland work for everyone. Why go to all the trouble of raising the rail without improving station access and pedestrian and cycling spaces while you're at it? Join us to fight for a better outcome for sustainable transport! Tuesday 10 September, 8:00am Upfield Bike Path and Bell … Continue reading A Better Bell street (and Moreland Road) for bikes, walking and station access

LXRP propose destruction of near all mature trees in Gandolfo Gardens

Proposed Tree removals / Moreland Station reserves and Gandolfo Gardens. The DEADLINE for submissions is WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 A Pre-filled form (Docx) to add your submission comments. See Heritage Victoria currently advertised permits. Moreland Council commissioned their independant heritage advisor to do a report on Gandolfo Gardens. Please make use of this information in your … Continue reading LXRP propose destruction of near all mature trees in Gandolfo Gardens

Moreland Leader: LX Compo Call, Trees in Danger, Designs not quite on Track

The Moreland Leader featured a full page of news regarding level crossing removal. Three stories were published on the $460 million level crossing removal project on Page 5. The feature story was on Compo Call for homes, about the fund set up for voluntary acquisition of houses that are directly beside the construction work. A … Continue reading Moreland Leader: LX Compo Call, Trees in Danger, Designs not quite on Track

Bike bridges needed for busy Bell St and Moreland Road says Moreland Mayor

The Mayor of Moreland, Cr Natalie Abboud was interviewed by Jon Faine on ABC Melbourne talk back radio yesterday, highlighting the need for bike bridges for busy Bell Street and Moreland Road to be part of the level crossing removal project and upgrade to the Upfield Bike Path. "How do you ease the tension between … Continue reading Bike bridges needed for busy Bell St and Moreland Road says Moreland Mayor

ABCMelbourne: LXRP boss Kevin Devlin on Jon Faine talk back radio

Radio talk back host Jon Faine featured Level Crossing Removal CEO Kevin Devlin on his 774 ABC Melbourne morning talk back show. Link to the audio recording Approx 9.10am FAINE: Upfield Line LXRP - Why aren’t you doing more of it than just the 2.5km because surely it’s cheaper? DEVLIN: Well it is John but … Continue reading ABCMelbourne: LXRP boss Kevin Devlin on Jon Faine talk back radio

Moreland Leader: Wrecking Ball plan for Box

Moreland Leader report on Level Crossing Removal Project application to Heritage Victoria for demolition of the Munro Street Signal Box. Read the story Moreland Council has put in a submission to Heritage Victoria opposing the application. See our report on this issue. A report from social media with images of the Signal Box https://www.facebook.com/johnenglart/posts/2634204513256565 More … Continue reading Moreland Leader: Wrecking Ball plan for Box

Ninenews: cheap and nasty Skyrail version offered to Moreland

"The People of Moreland are being offered the cheap and nasty Skyrail version, which is really disappointing" says James Conlan on the latest announcement for the Bell street to Moreland Road level crossing removal project. Stairs and lifts will be provided at the stations, but no escalators. It is clear from the images that the … Continue reading Ninenews: cheap and nasty Skyrail version offered to Moreland