Save the Trees Community Rally and March October 20

100+ trees will be chopped down at Moreland Station and This elevated rail won’t improve much for cycling and walking unless we fight! Time is running out to impact design of the level-crossing removals. Join us! When: 2pm, Sunday 20 October 2019 Where: Meet Gandolfo Gardens, West side of Moreland Station Download the Flyer Share … Continue reading Save the Trees Community Rally and March October 20

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

Taking the Community vision to Minister Jacinta Allan on level crossing removal

"Where we have an opportunity when we're removing a level crossing to do more in those local communities to improve public transport services, we will," said Transport Infrastructure Minister Jacinta Allan in 2017, according to The Age. Thank you Jacinta, will you then listen to us, meet with us to discuss our community vision for … Continue reading Taking the Community vision to Minister Jacinta Allan on level crossing removal

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