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High Speed Rail for Victoria

A Liberal Nationals Government will revolutionise Victoria’s passenger rail network by delivering European-style High Speed Rail right across Victoria. 

Melbourne’s population squeeze is putting enormous stress on our roads, public transport, schools and hospitals and that impacts everyone’s quality of life.

Unplanned, unmanaged population growth is killing Melbourne's liveability.

More PSOs for Ringwood Station

Every Victorian deserves to be safe and feel safe while using public transport.

An elected Liberal Nationals Government will increase the number of PSOs at Ringwood Railway Station to keep Victorians safe on public transport.

Commuters will benefit from a second day time shift of PSOs as part of the additional 100 transit PSOs under a Liberal Nationals Government.

MYKI Services in Ringwood East

Ms Ryall - My adjournment request is for the Minister for Public Transport. The action I seek is that the minister direct Public Transport Victoria (PTV) to install Myki services at Paul's Supa IGA in Ringwood East.

Liberal Nationals to ensure services catch up to population growth

At five million people, and growing at 2,700 people a week, Melbourne is jam packed.

Melbourne’s west has received the majority of this growth, with Tarneit increasing by 3,270 people (9%) in just one year between 2016 – 2017. Truganina increased by 2,975 people (11.9%). Sunbury continues to grow reaching 40,000 people in 2017. An increase of 18% in just 10 years.

Unplanned, unmanaged population growth is killing Melbourne's liveability. If we don’t take action now Melbourne will go from the world’s most liveable city to an urban claustrophobia.

Family Violence Safety Notices

Family Violence Safety Notices 

When it comes to police dealing with family violence and protecting victims, every minute counts. 

That’s why a Liberal Nationals Government will introduce legislation allowing attending police to enforce an immediate intervention order in cases of family violence, without losing critical time seeking an interim order.

More PSOs to cover more shifts

Every Victorian deserves to be safe and feel safe while using public transport.  

That’s why a Liberal Nationals Government will expand the successful Protective Services Officers (PSOs) program to include the deployment of 100 additional Transit PSOs to a new dayshift roster at up to 20 railway stations identified as daytime crime hotspots.

Big boost for children and families with Autism

Today the Liberal Nationals are announcing the beginning of a revolution for families with autism with one of the largest single investments in autism support, totalling more than $50 million over four years, should the Liberal Nationals be elected to government in November.

As part of this revolution, the Liberal Nationals will implement a 7 point plan of practical and hands-on support for children with autism and their families.

Liberal Nationals pledge to rebuild Norwood Secondary College

An elected Liberal Nationals Government will rebuild Norwood Secondary College, starting with a $15 million commitment to stage-one of a two-stage redevelopment.

A Labor Government has presided over Victoria for 15 of the past 19 years. In that time, Norwood has not received any funding for upgrades to its outdated classrooms and learning spaces.

Mitcham Bus Shelter

My constituency question is for the Minister for Public Transport. Why is there no seating and shelter at bay 4 at Mitcham train station and bus interchange for the 738 bus? This bus goes to Knox, and many disabled and elderly people choose to travel to Knox from Mitcham station. They are forced to go to other shelters and other areas to get out of the rain and even to have a seat, which means they have got to rush and they find it very difficult to get to the bus that they need to take. I ask on behalf of my constituents what the reason is or why in fact there is no shelter or bus seat there.

Mitcham Road

My adjournment request is for the Minister for Roads and Road Safety. The action I seek is for the resurfacing of Mitcham Road between Whitehorse Road and Springfield Road to address the state of disrepair of the road.