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South Yarra Station - FOI Documents

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Sam Hibbins MP
Member for Prahran
26 October 2015

 

Upgrade South Yarra Station

Sam Hibbins obtained documents through Freedom of Information relating to the provision of a South Yarra interchange with the Melbourne Metro Rail project.

Note: Some information is redacted under Section 30(1) of the Freedom of Information Act

These three documents analyse the South Yarra interchange with Melbourne Metro Rail project.

This document looks at the impact on South Yarra station of the Melbourne Metro Rail Project

This document assesses potential routes and stations (including South Yarra) for Melbourne Metro

This document compares South Yarra station options for Melbourne Metro and Melbourne Rail Link

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Sam Hibbins MP
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26 October 2015
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