C4GF’s community awareness campaign kicks into gear on 3MP
The residents of Frankston, Langwarrin, Karingal and the Mornington Peninsula deserve a functional public transport network. We need our state and federal leader’s commitment, action and progress to deliver on this project, today!
92 years waiting for a train is far too long. It’s time to extend the Frankston train line.
Travel back in time to 1929 when the Victorian Parliamentary Committee first recommended an extension of the Frankston train line.
In 2018 both federal parties, Liberal and Labour, backed this project.
Ask you MP why have we not seen any action since?
Ritchies CEO Fred Harrison discusses the economic benefits of an extension to our local businesses which include; freeing up car parking, reducing congestion and more jobs.
Local student Renae talks about the need for public transport to help young people access jobs and education.
She asks who ends a train line one station before the university campus!
Social reform advocate and local resident Rev Tim Costello reflects on the
growth of the Frankston community from a seaside town to a bustling city.
Whilst voicing our local community’s concerns around inadequate unaffordable parking and high city vacancy rates born from a century of under investment in public transport.
Our last segment talks of the businesses, residents, healthcare workers and students who need the Frankston line extension.
It’s an urgent call to action for Canberra to, once and for all, deliver this national infrastructure priority project and thus help our community thrive.