News Coverage of CTAG Rally
Rally Report: Coalition of Transport Action Groups (CTAG) No Tunnels – Sustainable Public Transport Rally a Significant Success
On Sunday, 26 October 2008 the newly formed Coalition of Transport Action Groups (CTAG) held its first rally at Flinders Street Station. Around 1000 protesters, representatives from residential, community and environmental groups from east, inner and western Melbourne, participated. The Rally opened with an acknowledgement of the Wurundjeri People, the traditional owners of the land, and then Daniel Brown, from the Public Transport Users Association addressed the rally. (More details in link above)
October 18: Coalition of Transport Action Groups (CTAG) Community Protest Rally & Picnic Media Release
What Part of NO Don’t You Understand Mr Brumby!
A group of concerned residents, environmentalists and activists from across Melbourne have joined to form The Coalition of Transport Action Groups (CTAG).
This group strongly opposes the Eddington Report’s recommendations for the construction of tunnels, new freeways and toll roads in the West, Inner, East and South of Melbourne.
CTAG is asking the Brumby government to reject the Eddington Report’s Recommendations and to spend the $18 billion on a sustainable public and rail freight transport network in the west, east, inner and southern suburbs of Melbourne.
- Venue: Flinders Street Station
- Date: Sunday, 26 October, 2008
- Assemble: 11.45 for a 12.15 start
- Speaker: Daniel Bowen, President Public Transport Users
- Association (PTUA)
- Travel: By Train, Tram, Bus or Bike
- BYO: Banners, Placards, Signs, Group Travel Arrangements