A community where everyone can get around by active or zero emissions transport
Our community goals for 2025 are:
1. A significant decrease in the proportion of Moreland residents driving to work.
2. A higher than average (Melbourne metropolitan) ownership of electric vehicles.
WHAT CAN I DO?
Cycling, walking or catching public transport helps reduce local air pollution and helps us all move towards a zero carbon future. Moreland also has a great network of public electric vehicle charging stations which are 100% renewably powered and free to use.
GET AROUND MORELAND ON FOOT
Make walking a part of your routine and you’ll be happier, healthier and feel more connected to the people in our neighbourhood.
GET AROUND MORELAND BY BIKE
Moreland has an extensive network of on-road bike lanes and off-street shared use paths, for you to get around without using a car.
START A RIDE OR WALK TO SCHOOL OR WORK EVENT
Your workplace or school are commute destinations and great places to introduce sustainable transport initiatives.
JOIN A CAR SHARE PROGRAM
Choosing car share membership as an alternative to car ownership gives you access to a car when you really need it. It also provides a nudge to use a more sustainable travel option all other times.
CERES Bike Shed
The CERES Bike Shed promotes cycling in our local community by recycling and selling bikes and their parts. They also teach residents bicycle repair skills.
Volunteer at your local school to find and fix up old bikes so the school can give them to children who may not be able to access or afford bikes otherwise.
Find your local bike shop
The Bicycle Network has a searchable list of bike shops. Type in your postcode to find a bike shop near you.
Public Transport Victoria
Victorian Government website with information on public transport routes, ticketing with Myki and latest travel updates.
Public Transport Users Association
Consumer organisation that undertakes advocacy, research, education and awareness for passengers of public transport.
Sustainable Cities is a collective of Friends of the Earth Melbourne in partnership with the Public Transport Users Association advocating for a more liveable connected Melbourne.
Find walks wherever you live, work and play, and other resources to get you out walking.