From the site analysis poster provided for the metropolitan Melbourne, the poster clearly explains the site analysis, and this site analysis contains the outer, middle and the inner suburbs along with the inner city. The traffic travelling from the eastern suburbs will explain the trips to West Melbourne and the trips to the CBD. The greater Melbourne employment situation and the travel methods will provide the accurate graphic analysis and this analysis will include roadways, railways and airways and several ways and modes present in the transport system of the Melbourne metropolitan city. The part of existing travel times from the CFY to the essential links and paths of the city will help to get a clear understanding about the AM, PM and the off peaks of the city. All these particular stages and connections belonging to the metropolitan transport will help the city in getting provided with origins and destinations for each and every sector of pathway and travel either via walk or transport facilities. Here, the poster has also described the entire Melbourne city by dividing the metropolitan areas into 4 regions based on transport, employment, population and regional functionalities. As stated in the statistic site analysis, the entire population of the Greater Melbourne will cover the metropolitan areas, which occupies the total area of the state and this coverage statistic is given by the Australian Bureau of statistics as stated in the site analysis view. The entire regions of Greater Melbourne that have been subdivided are The Green areas, Public Transport, Main Roads and Peak Hour Traffic.