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Friday, 16 October 2020
Improvements to one of Melbourne’s most congested pedestrian crossings will be fast-tracked this month, with increased footpath space being created on Spencer Street.
Page ContentBeginning this week, 740 square metres of adjustable footpath extensions will be installed on the east-side of Spencer Street between Lonsdale and Collins streets as part of a joint project between the City of Melbourne and the Victorian Government.
Quotes Attributable to City of Melbourne Chief Executive Officer Justin Hanney:
“These improvements are part of a larger project to make it easier for people to walk and ride bikes around Melbourne and to help encourage people back to the city.”
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