Organised by Port Phillip Council in partnership with the Metropolitan Transport Forum (MTF), the MTF Forum shines a spotlight on key local transport needs ahead of the November Victorian Election.
The speaker panel includes:
David Davis, MLC Southern Metropolitan (Liberal)
Sam Hibbins, MLA Prahran (The Greens)
Nina Taylor, MLC Southern Metropolitan (Labor).
A tram for Fishermans Bend, bike infrastructure, public transport improvements and congestion issues are just some of the hot topics on the table or discussion.
Mayor Marcus Pearl is chairing the event, which will also be livestreamed.
“Transport affects every facet of our lives. This is a great opportunity for everyone who travels around Port Phillip to hear about these MPs’ transport priorities,” Cr Pearl said.
“It’s also an important opportunity for attendees to direct questions after the speakers’ short presentations.”
To book a free seat or livestream place or to submit a question, visit our Transport and Port Phillip MTF Forum page.
Cr Pearl said Council is advocating to election candidates on seven transport priorities for the Port Phillip community:
- 109 tram terminus improvements
- Commitment to Metro 2
- Investment in electric vehicle charging stations
- Inkerman Street Safe Travel Corridor
- Installation of Pedestrian Operated Signals at key locations
- St Kilda Road Safety Corridor – St Kilda Junction
- Early delivery of Fishermans Bend Tram
“Government support for these priorities is crucial to help us to deliver our 10-year Move, Connect, Live Strategy for a city which is connected and easy to move around. We are looking forward to hearing what the major parties say at the MTF about partnering with us to achieve great transport outcomes for our community and the many visitors who enjoy our City.”