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City of Melbourne
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90-120 Swanston Street
Melbourne, 3000
Victoria, Australia
PO Box 1603
Melbourne Vic 3001
Phone: +61 3 9658 9658
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impaired): +61 3 9658 9641
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Email: Contact us
Swanston Street redevelopment consultation
The community is invited to comment on seven design options for the redevelopment of Swanston Street. Your feedback and comments will help Melbourne City Council make an informed decision about the street’s future use. The consultation concludes at 5pm on Friday, 8 May 2009.
Swanston Street is Melbourne’s busiest and most active thoroughfare with tens of thousands of pedestrians, drivers, cyclists and trams moving through it daily. By 2020, more than one million people are expected to access the city each weekday. In light of this, a review of Swanston Street is essential.
Please take your time to view the design options and complete the online consultation form . Your input into the future of Swanston Street is essential.
Design options
Existing arrangement (PDF, 616kb)
Option 1: Increased motor vehicle and bicycle access (PDF, 590kb)
Option 2: Managed service delivery (PDF, 609kb ) 
Option 3: Increased pedestrian movement (PDF, 615kb) 
Option 4: Increased tram passenger and motor vehicle access (PDF, 805kb) 
Option 5: Alternative option for increased tram passenger and motor vehicle access (PDF, 805kb) 
Option 6: Decreased motor vehicle access (PDF, 619kb) 
Option 7: Remove bicycle access (PDF, 140kb) 
Have your say
To have your say complete the  online consultation form .
More information 
If you have any questions, please call the City of Melbourne on (03) 9658 9658 or contact us online.
 
 
 
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