I am working towards improving bike riding conditions, advocating for more infrastructure, and creating fairer legislation for bike riders.
Deaths on our roads are not a certainty, they are not “accidents.” These deaths are mostly preventable and there are measures we can take to mitigate them.
The treaty process in Victoria is an opportunity to make sure that Aboriginal people always have the freedom and power to make decisions that affect their communities, culture and Country.
A lack of accountability and transparency has eroded public trust. We must shift this culture of secrecy and rebuild public trust in our government and institutions.
COVID-19 has exposed many flaws in our healthcare system. My focus is on policies that focus on recruiting and retaining skilled healthcare workers.
The gig economy is founded on exploitative workplace practices and is a threat to our economy and workforce. Intervention and regulation are needed now.
The regulator has failed enormously and the industry is in mayhem. Desperate reforms are needed to ensure the safety and accessibility of CPV services.
Stage 1 of the Suburban Rail loop is one station too short! Doncaster, and the City of Manningham, are in great need of and have been promised rail for over 130 years.
We are experiencing a homelessness crisis in Victoria. Housing is a human right and we believe every Victorian has the right to feel safe, warm and secure at night.
The current toll system is far from perfect. To create a fair and equitable system for all toll users the class system of Victorian tolls must be reformed.
The Free Tram Zone is critical to Melbourne’s tourism economy. The Free Tram Zone should be extended to include notable destinations such as the NGV and MCG.
As a community we have a responsibility to look after our environment. We believe that improving our public transport system is one way we can make our day to day life more sustainable.
Volunteers form an integral part of our community. This compassionate, hard-working and essential workforce needs greater support from our government.
This $1.45 billion Trackless Rapid Transit (TRT) proposal would connect Caulfield station, Chadstone, Monash Clayton and Rowville, greatly improving access to jobs and services.
Our support workers at the coal face find it incredibly difficult to get seniors back out and about and engaged with the community since the Pandemic.