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 rachel.lynskey@foe.org.au


Latest News



Today dozens of community members have taken to Facebook and Twitter calling on Transport Minister Melissa Horne to prioritise accessible public transport for all with the hashtag #LifelongLockdown.    Read more


Join us for a digital action calling for accessible transport for all Victorians on Tuesday May 19! Sustainable Cities is partnering with the Disability Resources Centre to fight for equal access to public transport.  Read more


This is a response to Infrastructure Victoria's (IV) paper on network transfer pricing. Based on some flawed and hidden assumptions its main conclusion is that zone three fares should be raised and off-peak fares lowered to reduce congestion on peak trams and trains. However, most people don’t endure the morning crush by choice and many Seniors already travel off-peak on their discount fare.  Read more


 Air Quality Pollution PM10 & PM2.5 In crisis times, is it more important to spend $16 billion on the North East Link (NEL) road project, or support families, the health system and employers? Billions are already sitting in the bank for the NEL Project. The NEL toll road will take a toll in more ways than one. Read more