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BETTER PUBLIC TRANSPORT AND DUPLICATING THE UPFIELD LINE

Brunswick needs public transport that supports our growing community, rather than money wasted on expensive toll roads.

‘Our trams are crowded, our train services infrequent and Parkville Gardens gets just one bus service an hour.’

Under our plan, the Upfield Line would be duplicated at the northern end, allowing services every 10 minutes (and more in peak) the moment the Metro Tunnel opens. Our plan also increases tram and bus services.

I’ll fight for frequent, reliable and accessible public transport. And together, we can get our suburbs moving again.

BETTER PUBLIC TRANSPORT AND DUPLICATING THE UPFIELD LINE

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Our trams are crowded, our train services infrequent and Parkville Gardens gets just one bus service an hour.

The Upfield Line must be duplicated at the northern end, allowing services every 10 minutes (and more in peak) the moment the Metro Tunnel opens. Our local tram and bus services must also be increased.

Brunswick needs frequent, reliable and accessible public transport. And together, we can get our suburbs moving again.

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