The MTF contributes to the transport debate by making submissions on
current topics and to open inquiries on behalf of its member local
governments. Submissions reflect
the MTF Statement of Purposes (see Constitution)
studies and research commissioned by the MTF
generally agreed positions on transport topics
Submissions are developed in conjunction with member councils, discussed at
the executive, and are circulated and endorsed at a general meeting.
The submission focuses on buses as an overlooked public transport mode in a time of rapid population growth, transport congestion and major ...
The MTF made a comprehensive submission to the 2013,2014 state budget
The Growth Areas Authority released draft Growth Corridor Plans in November 2011 and invited public comment. MTF growth corridor councils Ca...
The MTF made a comprehensive transport submission for the 2012/2013 state budget. It included a Better Stations project in which councils of...
Submissions include -State budget 2011/2012 -COAG proposal for heavy vehicle pricing
The Taxi Industry Inquiry of 2011 was the subject of an MTF meeting and submission. Many local governments also contributed.
In June 2011 VicRoads was asked by the State Government to undertake a holistic review of speed limits.
See submission on state transport budget for 2010 / 2011
See submissions on Urban Growth Boundary, Climate Change Green Paper, Planning and Environment Act, Swanston St redevelopment, both Federal ...