YCAT Editorial – Fact Busters
With the East West link slowly sinking under its own weight, big business is pulling out all stops to try and save it. Treasurer Michael O’Brien said Labor’s…
The 2014 transport election: We demand our say!
The 2014 transport election: We demand our say! Organising to win public transport in Victoria Come along to this PUBLIC MEETING on Wednesday October 15 to discuss how…
Government in Seige Mode
The Napthine Government has gone into siege mode to withstand the barrage of public criticism and legal attacks on the East West Link. Having risked its political future…
Ugly smell of corruption moves from Spring Street to Collins Street
YCAT Editorial – Victoria needs an urgent ban on political donations by developers. A Liberal Party “Infrastructure dinner” on Thursday 28th August 2014 is selling tables to major construction firms…
Murphy v East West Toll
Victorian resident Anthony Murphy has launched proceedings in the Supreme Court of Victoria asking the Court to consider whether the net economic benefit and projected traffic volumes included…
Traffic forecasts overestimated
Traffic forecasts overestimated. by Andrew Herington The explosive report from Infrastructure Australia “Spend more, waste more” makes damning criticisms of the record of State road bodies in assessing…
Federal agencies blow the whistle on #EWLink
Federal agencies blow the whistle on #EWLink by Andrew Herington A draft report issued by Infrastructure Australia (IA) has well and truly blown the whistle on the waste…
Why the rush towards compulsory acquisitions?
Dear Premier, I am writing to ask you to urgently clarify the Government’s position in relation to compulsory acquisitions associated with the East West Link project. Message from…
Why won’t the government kill the Hoddle St Flyover?
Clearly, the minister is badly informed about what evidence was actually exhibited to the panel. Why did the minister overrule the assessment committee? The Victorian Planning Minister, Matthew Guy,…
Councils Condemn East West Link Planning Decision
Councils Condemn East West Link Planning Decision. Andrew Herington Both Yarra and Melbourne City Council have come out strongly to condemn the Planning Minister, Matthew Guy’s decision to…
Canberra to keep East West Link business case secret
The Age: Canberra to keep East West Link business case secret July 8, 2014.Clay Lucas, City Editor, The Abbott government has pushed back an attempt by federal Labor to obtain…
Surprise! Planning Minister approves the East West Link
30 June 2014 – As expected – Matthew Guy approves the Eastern Section of East West Link with some very cursory references to the Assessment Committees recommendations. This…
We Want Trains Not Tolls #Rally4PT in Melbourne
Coverage of We Want Trains Not Tolls #Rally4PT on ABC Melbourne 7pm News (Saturday 28 June 2014) Speakers include Adam Bandt and Chris Dite. On Saturday 28 June…
Mr Andrews, Stop the East-West Link Now
YCAT calls on opposition leader Daniel Andrews to use his unique position in the parliament to kill off the loathed East-West Link. The State budget can now only…
Neat, Plausible and Wrong: Melbourne’s East West Link
The state of Victoria, Australia, has long been a site of tension between an incumbent and powerful road lobby and a community increasingly desirous of non-car transport alternatives….
Who killed the Melbourne Metro?
The reasons given for scrapping the Melbourne Metro project in favour of the new ‘Fishermans Bend’ Melbourne Rail Project don’t stack up. The premier and transport minister argue…
Vale Freda St John Watkin
Freda St John Watkin at the launch of Trains Not Tolls, Fitzroy Town Hall, June 2013 Freda St. John Watkin passed away on 9 May 2014 after a…
The Battle for Alexandra Parade
The proposed East West road tunnel is not the first time the inner northern communities of Melbourne have faced the onslaught of massive road developments. In 1970s and…
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