Presentation to Mildura Council on Thursday 10th August. Smaller towns depend on effective public transport, with good coach services supporting fast main line trains help small towns to survive, and connect their residents to regional centres. This presentation outlines a path towards restoring Mildura’s passenger train services.
President John Hearsch made this important contribution to the Railway Remedies seminar held in Geelong on 9th August, 2017, by RMIT and Deakin Universities. The presentation contains practical solutions to the peak over crowding issues from a 2,5 and 10-year perspective.
Within two years of opening, theRegional Rail Link has become a victim of its own success. Geelong trains are ever more crowded! Services tailored for the needs of regional and suburban passengers must be planned for and locked in.
As part of our regional rail advocacy, we are supporting an important seminar to be held by RMIT and Deakin Universities proposing solutions to the key strategic issues facing the Geelong-Melbourne rail corridor. President John will be one of the key speakers. Details of the seminar and registration links are contained in the attached flyer…
Promoting faster, more reliable, and more frequent rail services connecting major regional centres with Melbourne Airport and the CBD with focus on current issues for Ballarat rail users and proposals for the Ballarat line upgrade project, including advocacy priorities for local government. Trouble viewing the presentation? Download the PDF.
A guide to the Rail Futures Institute’s Melbourne Airport Rail Plan, and some frequently asked questions. Trouble viewing this FAQ? Download the PDF.