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Last edited 18 Jan 2021
Public transport interchange
Urban Design Guidelines for Victoria, published by the State of Victoria (Australia) in 2016, defines public transport interchanges as: ‘Places where people can access or transfer between public transport modes and routes. For example, between train, tram or bus mode, or a multi-route bus or train station. Interchanges vary in size and may be stand-alone, adjacent to a railway station, or located at a transport node, such as a park- and-ride facility.’
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