A Note From Judith

The Coalition Government and Denis Napthine have once again ignored the needs of Narre Warren South and those in the South-East suburbs.

Napthine has already sunk $8 billion into a tunnel in Clifton Hill which will not ease
congestion in Narre Warren South.

Now Napthine has announced a further $100 million for bus lanes on Hoddle Street, the
planting of canopy trees on Alexander Parade and new bicycle lanes along the East-West link.

This is another example of a Government that is out of touch.

The Coalition Government clearly does not care about our needs.

We need local intersections like Pound and Shrives Roads to be upgraded.

We need the level crossing at Thompsons Road to be removed.

We need funding for roads and transport projects that impact the daily lives of people
in the South-East suburbs.

It is again clear that the only way any of these projects will be funded is if an Andrews
Labor Government is elected in November 2014.

Under Project 10,000, Labor has committed to removing the level crossing at Thompsons
Road and has committed $2 billion for country and suburban roads.

We have a Government that is being held to ransom by the Member for Frankston, Geoff
Shaw. Shaw has already gotten rid of Premier Baillieu and can now add the Speaker, Ken Smith, to his list.

Victorians deserve a Government that is not focused on Geoff Shaw. Victoria deserves a
Government that is delivering for all. If you have any roads or traffic issues you would like to raise with me please contact me on Judith.graley@parliament.vic.gov.au