Planning our transport system
Transport for Victoria is responsible for the long-term planning and development of Victoria's transport network. This includes making sure that public transport is expanded in growing areas, and is integrated with other modes of travel such as cars, cycling and walking.
Transport strategies and plans - read about the long-terms transport-related strategies and plans being developed.
Public transport guidelines for land use development - guidelines to facilitate walking, cycling and public transport in new urban and regional developments.
Interface bodies under the Transport Integration Act 2010 – information to help interface bodies such as councils have regard to the vision, objectives and principles of the Act when making planning decisions that impact on the transport system.
Providing bicycle facilities as part of transport projects - a policy direction to ensure the needs of cyclists are considered early in the scoping of a transport project.
Accessible Public Transport Action Plan 2013-17 - a strategy for delivering accessible bus, train, tram and taxi services throughout Victoria.
Land-use planning under the Transport Integration Act - changes in transport infrastructure alter the demand for different types of land-use.
Railway Station Useability Principles - designed to be used by government agencies and their partners who aim to improve the quality and efficiency of railway stations.
Women in Transport program - a $1.1 million package of initiatives and business improvements to encourage more women to enter and stay in the transport sector.
Passenger rail infrastructure noise policy - a process that balances the benefits of new passenger rail infrastructure projects with the possible impacts on those living nearby.
Page last reviewed on 30 August 2017