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Last edited 15 Jan 2021
Railway corridor environs
Urban Design Guidelines for Victoria, published by the State of Victoria (Australia) in 2016, defines railway corridor environs as: ‘…the land and activities adjacent to the railway operating corridor. Along the length of the corridor, adjacent land may accommodate a variety of uses including streets and roads, public open space, residential or commercial development. Railway corridor crossing points channel and concentrate pedestrian, bicycle and vehicle movement to specific locations. Crossing points can be at-grade or grade-separated.’
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