The Napthine Government has broken a major election promise to keep the Healesville Freeway Reserve as public parkland with new concerns it will now be turned into high rise apartments.
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The Napthine Government Budget has failed to deliver real funding for road improvements in Victoria.
The Baillieu Government’s refusal to consider proposals to fix one of the state’s worst traffic bottlenecks has caused major headaches for would-be spectators at Melbourne’s premiere international sporting event.
The Baillieu Government put a stop to the opening of Labor’s $800 million Peninsula Link project over the Christmas break to ensure the Premier Ted Baillieu and Roads Minister Terry Mulder could hold a media stunt in the New Year.
The Baillieu-Ryan Government has blundered the planning for the duplication of the Western Highway, causing a cost shortfall of $250 million.
For the 14th time, Roads Minister Terry Mulder has refused to meet with members of the Wallan-Kilmore Bypass Group, raising further concerns the Government may steamroll the bypass through without community consultation.
The Baillieu Government must act to reduce road noise impacts on residents along the Western Ring Road.
The Baillieu Government is compromising road safety after stripping VicRoads of maintenance for Victoria’s roads.
The Baillieu Government has compromised Terang College student safety by axing the school speed zone program.
The Baillieu Government has refused to rule out tolling upgraded and existing roads.
The Baillieu Government has compromised student safety axing the school speed zone program on busy arterial and residential streets.
The Baillieu Government has shortened VicRoads opening hours which will inconvenience thousands of customers.
The Baillieu Government’s continuing failure to fix one of Victoria’s most dangerous roads was putting at risk the lives of local motorists and residents in Melbourne’s north-west.
Baillieu Government inaction on road safety could further increase the risk of more road deaths, particularly amongst young inexperienced drivers.
With Victoria’s 2011 annual road toll now higher than this time last year the Baillieu Government must urgently release its own road safety strategy.
The Baillieu Government has duded local motorists and failed to deliver on its promise to duplicate Pioneer Road in Waurn Ponds.
The Baillieu Government has turned its back on families in Melbourne’s western suburbs and the freight industry by failing to make the Truck Action Plan a priority infrastructure project.
The Baillieu Government must stop dithering and fund Narre Warren – Cranbourne Road duplication at Cranbourne to significantly improve road safety and ease traffic congestion.
The Ballieu Government should rule out a request from Bayside City Council reducing the speed on the popular Beach Road along Melbourne’s bay.
The Baillieu Government has been caught red-handed claiming credit for road projects that the Federal Government previously announced and funded.
The Baillieu Government can no longer disregard VicRoads advice to implement the Truck Action Plan and remove up to one million trucks a year from local streets.
The Baillieu Government should immediately investigate ways to improve the safety of one of the most dangerous roads in Melbourne's outer suburbs.
The Baillieu Government needs to outline to Geelong and Surf Coast residents what its plans for Geelong Ring Road section 4C are.
The Baillieu Government must stop dithering and produce a plan to re-direct trucks away from residential streets in the inner-west and provide the freight industry with easier access to the Port of Melbourne.
The Baillieu Government must ensure that any reopening of the Princes Freeway at Morwell is permanent and not a partial fix.