# Melbourne Airport

May 6, 2022 | Choices, Highlights, LinkedIn

People riding bikes through city

# marks the future for Melbourne Airport
The April MTF meeting received a comprehensive presentation about Melbourne Airport’s Master Development Plan and 3rd Runway Project.

Delivered by project planner and engineer Rosie Offord, alongside Andrew Lund communications manager, they explained the detail behind the long-term thinking.
It’s fascinating. The # denotes the long-term configuration of future runways and the staging of the development.
For those who love a good map, you’ll be interested in the variety of ways to assess noise impacts for local communities.
This is a mega project where transport planning, connectivity and local government really overlap.

The # denotes the long-term configuration of future runways



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