The City of Melbourne has developed a draft Transport Strategy 2030 to guide the future of transport in the city.

By 2036, the number of people moving around our municipality each day will increase to 1.4 million. We need to make sure our growing population can move around the city safely and efficiently.

The draft Transport Strategy 2030 proposes to:

  • provide more space for people on footpaths and around major transport hubs
  • reduce congestion for cars coming to the city
  • improve safety for people walking and riding bikes.

The draft strategy sets a long-term vision to protect the liveability, reputation and economic prosperity of Melbourne. It has been informed by extensive community input and research.

Consultation on the draft Transport Strategy has closed.

A consultation report will be available in mid-August.

Draft Strategy Overview

Read the draft strategy and tell us what you think.

What we heard

Feedback we collected to shape the draft strategy.