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RTA: Melbourne’s CBD may need to re-think whether it should be used as a’soft’ or ‘hard’ ground.
The council has approved another change to the area around the railway, which is set to be placed in the city’s outer suburbs.
It was originally approved in 1999 and includes an underground train track, elevated walkways, and rail link through to the CBD.
It also includes new rail lines in the Fitzroy, West End, Northbank, Northbank, and north-west areas of the city.
In 2012 the NSW government and TIGER agreed that the area around railway lines should be considered “soft”, because of impacts to traffic and to existing rail infrastructure.
There were arguments against the change, particularly because the city had never considered rail tracks as an asset before.
Council President Greg Craven said: “There’s no reason why we should abandon this very important area to potential development.
“The rail link is important to many of the nearby businesses, especially those in the city centre.”
In addition to the rail link, council approval has made two other changes to the area around the railway, that were announcenatyasastra.comd at a meeting earlier this month.
One has increased footfall, and added pedestrian paths, which will be able to run parallel to the rail.
The other has opened up a railway footbridge at the end of the rail link from the western end.
Council leader Rob Plett told Radio National there was not much of an incentive to keep the rail footbridge open as it “really isn’t a good solution for the environment”.
“If that is the best we can do with this little piece of land, with this limited land to work on, why does it have to be closed?”
He said the council expected the rail footbridge, which will be used for footbridges, was still a possibility.
The area around the rail link is expected to be used by 20 to 바카라사이트30 trains each day in the coming years.
Mr Craven said the council would work with developers, “if they want to live in this beautiful part of the city”.
Residents were still invited to comment on the rail project on its Facebook page.
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