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Your chance to have your say about:
Shared path linking Box Hill to Blackburn
Learn about ALL the options, not just the ONE option VicRoads wants you to think about.
Have your say now!
VicRoads have consistently proposed a single solution for a shared path through Laburnum Park beside the station at the western end of the missing link in this route. And they have similarly only presented a single solution to the eastern end at Blackburn Station. Their Community Consultation about this route has simply been to propose this route and ask for comment.
It is rare in life that there is only a single solution to a problem so WATAG has developed some alternatives for community consideration.
The plan above shows two far better alternatives for Laburnum Park, and has proposed an alternative way for the route to approach Blackburn Station.
Check out the document below for further details.
Now for the most important part…
VicRoads are holding two more Community Consultation meetings:
Wednesday 30 October
Location: The Avenue Uniting Church, Cnr Blackburn Road & The Avenue, Blackburn
If you would like to register your support for the WATAG proposals, please attend one of these meetings and tell VicRoads. It is important that they know what you really think.
WATAG has also briefed Whitehorse Council about these proposals. To show Council what your views are, please email your thoughts to General Manager City Development, Jeff Green.
Click here: Get Active and have YOUR say about Box Hill too!
This article first appeared on watag.org
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