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Commit to Casey

Casey’s roads and limited public transport options are at breaking point – urgent action is needed.

Our roads are used by more cars than was ever intended, and investment in public transport has been slashed – making Casey one of Victoria’s most poorly transport serviced municipalities.

In the lead up to the November 2018 Victorian State Election, we’re calling on the State Government and Opposition to Commit to Casey, fix our roads and extend Cranbourne rail.

Council is seeking funding for these major projects as they will create jobs, improve access to essential services, ease cost of living pressures and help our community and economy thrive.

Why has Council launched the campaign?

Council, in partnership with the community, has identified priority road projects – representing some of Victoria’s worst choke-points – that urgently need to be fixed.

Fixing Casey’s roads and extending Cranbourne Rail will boost connections to jobs and services, create more than 18,000 much-needed jobs and inject $1.5 billion into the local economy.

Most importantly, fixing our roads and extending Cranbourne rail will help get people home safer and sooner, so they spend less time stuck in traffic and more time with friends and family.

What is the campaign seeking and why?

Our community deserves its fair share of road and rail funding.

Funding major infrastructure projects is not a local government responsibility – that’s why we’re calling on the State Government and Opposition to Commit to Casey, fix our roads and extend Cranbourne rail.

For details on the projects that need immediate funding view the map.

How can you support the campaign and get involved?


Casey’s roads and limited public transport options are at breaking point – urgent action is needed.

Our roads are used by more cars than was ever intended, and investment in public transport has been slashed – making Casey one of Victoria’s most poorly transport serviced municipalities.

In the lead up to the November 2018 Victorian State Election, we’re calling on the State Government and Opposition to Commit to Casey, fix our roads and extend Cranbourne rail.

Council is seeking funding for these major projects as they will create jobs, improve access to essential services, ease cost of living pressures and help our community and economy thrive.

Why has Council launched the campaign?

Council, in partnership with the community, has identified priority road projects – representing some of Victoria’s worst choke-points – that urgently need to be fixed.

Fixing Casey’s roads and extending Cranbourne Rail will boost connections to jobs and services, create more than 18,000 much-needed jobs and inject $1.5 billion into the local economy.

Most importantly, fixing our roads and extending Cranbourne rail will help get people home safer and sooner, so they spend less time stuck in traffic and more time with friends and family.

What is the campaign seeking and why?

Our community deserves its fair share of road and rail funding.

Funding major infrastructure projects is not a local government responsibility – that’s why we’re calling on the State Government and Opposition to Commit to Casey, fix our roads and extend Cranbourne rail.

For details on the projects that need immediate funding view the map.

How can you support the campaign and get involved?


Request a yard sign or bumper sticker

Request a yard sign or bumper sticker to join us in our call forĀ  our fair share of funding to fix our roads and extend Cranbourne rail.



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