Sustainable Cities

Thanks for RSVP'ing for the Trivia Night: Sustainable Cities on 11 April!

We can't wait for you to bring your knowledge of sustainability, and better transport in Melbourne.

Mark sure you invite your mates to join your table here > www.melbournefoe.org.au/trivia_sustainable_cities

Sustainable Cities campaigns for a more liveable connected city. We want to see more investment in public transport, no new major roads, and encouraging active travel.

If you have any other questions, please contact [email protected]


Latest News



Are you tired of long wait times and crowded trains?  Guess what!? By 2050 transport use in Melbourne will more than double, filling up our trains and causing more delays. Serious action must be taken now. Read more


The disability and public transport community this morning linked arms to demand action on more accessible trams. At 12 noon on Thursday 4 March the coalition of campaigners took to the streets from the State Library to call out for a public transport system that works for everyone. Read more


No doubt you've noticed our streets return to the congestion we know all too well, affecting our health and the health of our planet. Polluting cars now fill the streets, that only months ago were occupied by children riding, joggers running and people walking. Without significant investment in accessible public and active transport, we're likely to see this trend continue. Read more


What is MM2 and why is it important? The Covid-19 pandemic has made clear the need for well connected and accessible public transport. We need a transport system that reduces crowding in order to become a robust, resilient and accessible city of the future. However the Victorian Government continues to prioritise mega toll roads over the sustainable public and active transportation that we need. The North and West are Melbourne’s fastest growing areas, and are severely under-serviced by public transport – with some commuters unable to board trains at peak hour due to overcrowding. Read more