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RESIDENTS AT RAILWAY PLACE NEED A NOISE WALL

Labor's West Gate Tunnel mega toll road project will drive thousands of extra cars and trucks into West Melbourne, bringing dangerous traffic, noise and air pollution. Local residents have asked for a new noise-protection wall to protect them, but the Labor Government has rejected this request. 

VicRoads rules state that road noise at 63 decibels must have noise reduction methods put in place to protect residents, like a noise wall. The West Gate tunnel will far exceed this limit.

Melbourne State and Federal Greens MPs Ellen Sandell and Adam Bandt call on Victorian Labor and Transurban to protect the community from traffic, noise and air pollution from the West Gate Tunnel toll road.

ADD YOUR NAME TO THE PETITION FOR A NOISE WALL ALONG THE WEST GATE TUNNEL TOLL ROAD AT RAILWAY PLACE.

RESIDENTS AT RAILWAY PLACE NEED A NOISE WALL

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