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Walmer Street Bridge update

Please note that Boroondara Councils work planned to begin in late August 2022 is the northern land bridge section. Boroondara Council: Walmer Street Bridge Construction: We are replacing the northern land bridge section of the Walmer Street Bridge in Kew…. Continue Reading →

Walmer Street Bridge Coalition: Work begins for a new Walmer Street Bridge in Richmond

Some two hundred enthusiastic bike riders, pedestrians and residents of Richmond and Kew attended the It’s time to replace Walmer Street Bridge! rally on Saturday 4 August at Williams Reserve to hear Richard Wynne MP for Richmond and Minister for Planning commit $200,000 to… Continue Reading →

Walmer Street Bridge Coalition: Planning Minister Wynne to Address Rally for New Bridge in Richmond

Media Release: Walmer Street Bridge Coalition (2 August 2018) Planning Minister Wynne to Address Rally for New Bridge in Richmond Hundreds of bike riders are expected to join residents of Richmond and Kew at a rally this Saturday to demand… Continue Reading →

Join the Walmer Street Bridge Coalition!

We commenced our Walmer Street Bridge Coalition campaign on Sunday 3rd June 2018, the first World Bicycle Day declared by United Nations, to lobby for a new, fit-for-purpose connection built for all users across the Yarra River from Abbotsford to Kew…. Continue Reading →

Have your say on the proposed Walmer Street Bridge redevelopment

From Walmer Street Action Group: Why you should attend: The two public meetings are an opportunity to set a new standard in attention to community amenity when confronting entrenched developer interests. Date and times: Wednesday 13 July (6-8pm) and Saturday… Continue Reading →

September 2023: Gipps Street ramp – everything’s happening

This timeline will be updated as the project progresses In July 2023 works finally commenced to replace the steps with ramps Over 18 years since Yarra Bicycle Users Group held a Gipps Street Steps campaign day on 20 March 2005… Continue Reading →

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