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  • The Principal Freight Network (PFN) is a strategic network of current and recognised future freight places and connecting movement corridors (road and rail) which are nationally, state and/or regionally significant. The PFN places and corridors are where freight of significant quantity, value or importance is generated, stored, distributed, handled or carried. This dataset depicts areas classified as "PFN Rail - area for potential PFN", which are approximate areas identified that will contain a future rail corridor that will form part of the PFN once funded. The PFN was reviewed and updated in 2021 through consultation with local government and industry, building on the previous PFN which was last updated in 2013.

  • This layer defines the approximate spatial extent, species distribution and density of seagrass and macroalgae in Western Port mapped from aerial photography in 1994 by the EPA.

  • This polyline dataset represents the Victorian Taxi and Hire Car Zones. These zones were effective 30 June 2014. Victoria's system of taxi zones comprises the following four zones: - metropolitan - urban and large regional (urban) - regional - country. The updated zones allow taxis outside of Melbourne to work across a broader geographic area, in reaction to public demand. This system provides new opportunities and flexibility for taxis particularly in non-metropolitan areas. Taxi operating conditions and fares vary between zones. The zones system determines: - the annual fee for new taxi and hire car licences - what fare structure may be applicable in taxis - the driver accreditation requirements that may apply. Determination of Taxi Boundaries 2014 was announced on 12 June 2014 following the publication of the Victorian Government Gazette. http://www.gazette.vic.gov.au/gazette/Gazettes2014/GG2014S184.pdf

  • This polyline dataset represents the centreline of active tourist/heritage railway corridors in Victoria. The dataset inclues the Bellarine Penninsula Tourist Railway, Daylesford Spa Country Tourist Railway, Mornington Tourist Railway, Puffing Billy Tourist Railway, South Gippsland Tourist Railway, Victorian Goldfields Railway, Walhalla Goldfields Tourist Railway and Yarra Valley Tourist Railway. The railways are run by non-profit groups who are mainly volunteers and rely on strong community involvement and support. The dataset does not include several miniture railways and tramways also found in Victoria.

  • This layer contains polygons defining the spatial extent, species distribution and density of seagrass meadows within Tamboon Inlet mapped from 1999 aerial photography and ground-truthing.

  • This point layer represents the location of station entrances for the Melbourne Metro Tunnel Project. It inclues entrances for the stations at North Melbourne (Arden), Parkville, State Library (CBD North), Town Hall (CBD South) and Anzac (Domain). The Concept Design shown in this data reflects the indicative design shown in the Project's Environmental and Effects Statement (EES) which was publicly circulated with the community in May 2016. The Metro Tunnel Project comprises two twin 9 kilometre tunnels with five new underground stations, including two city stations directly connected to Flinders Street and Melbourne Central. It will connect the Sunbury and Cranbourne / Pakenham lines for the first time, creating a new end-to-end train line through the inner city. Construction of the Metro Tunnel began in 2017 and it is due to be completed by 2026. The Metro Tunnel Project comprises various works packages. As the project progresses and designs are further developed and approved, an updated dataset will be made available.

  • This point dataset represents the point elements of the Victorian Principal Public Transport Network (PPTN). The PPTN reflects the network of current and committed high-quality public transport services, designed to support integrated transport and land use planning, by encouraging more diverse and dense development near high quality public transport to help support public transport usage. The PPTN is an incorporated document under Clause 81.01 in the Victorian Planning Provisions An interim PPTN will be incorporated into the Planning Scheme in early 2017. A revised PPTN will be icorporated into the planning scheme by December 2017 in consultation with local government and the community. This dataset is intended to be used in conjunction with PPTN_LINES

  • The Principal Freight Network (PFN) is a strategic network of current and recognised future freight places and connecting movement corridors (road and rail) which are nationally, state and/or regionally significant. The PFN places and corridors are where freight of significant quantity, value or importance is generated, stored, distributed, handled or carried. This dataset depicts rail corridors which form part of the PFN. This includes existing freight corridors and planned corridors. PFN Rail Corridors are classified as: PFN Rail: a rail corridor that forms part of the PFN PFN Rail - in delivery: a rail corridor on the network that has committed funding and is in delivery PFN Rail - planned: a potential rail corridor identified for inclusion on the PFN once funded PFN Rail - area for potential PFN (polygons): an area identified that will contain a future rail corridor that will form part of the PFN once funded The PFN was reviewed and updated in 2021 through consultation with local government and industry, building on the previous PFN which was last updated in 2013.

  • This polyline dataset represents the centreline of disused rail corridors in Victoria. This includes track sections which are given a status of either "Closed" or "Minimum Maintenance". Some of these corridors are within existing VicTrack reserves, however others have been disposed of or were private tracks which are now disused. Some of these corridors now serve as rail trails.

  • This polyline dataset represents disused railway corridors which have been turned into "Rail Trails" in Victoria.