Accessible stations? Moreland Leader: Commuter Anger Ramps Up

Accessibility of the elevated stations is a serious concern with the design of the new elevated stations for Moreland and Coburg. Level Crossing Removal Project told Moreland City Councillors on July 8 that two elevators will be provided on the eastern platform at Coburg, and one on the western platform. Moreland would get only one … Continue reading Accessible stations? Moreland Leader: Commuter Anger Ramps Up

Moreland Leader: Advocates get Boost in Budget

Moreland Council in their budget meeting have allocated $30,000 for community advocacy by community groups as part of level crossing removal. The budget allocation was reported on by the Morelabnd Leader, published 1 July 2017. At the forthcoming Council meeting on Wednesday 14 July Moreland Council will vote to set up a community reference group … Continue reading Moreland Leader: Advocates get Boost in Budget

Moreland Leader: United Over Push to Build Green – Gandolfo Gardens rally

Moreland Leader reported on our protest in the Gandolfo Gardens held on June 16. The news article on Page 10 by Josh Barnes was published in the Moreland Leader on June 24, 2019. https://www.facebook.com/MorelandLeader/posts/2774157769277692 A group of activists and residents continue to build support for green spaces on the Upfield train line during level crossing … Continue reading Moreland Leader: United Over Push to Build Green – Gandolfo Gardens rally

Moreland Leader: Station Designs Off Track

The following news report in the Moreland Leader from June 17, 2019 on the release of the artist impression station designs. https://www.facebook.com/MorelandLeader/posts/2760894293937373 Article by Josh Barnes for the Moreland Leader Designs for the new Moreland and Coburg stations have been slammed as “dated” and “ugly”, with anger also growing over a lack of consultation on … Continue reading Moreland Leader: Station Designs Off Track