More people have already lost their lives on Victoria’s roads this year (2019) than for the entirety of 2018 – a tragic reminder for all of us to take care on our roads.
Nineteen of Gippsland’s highest-risk intersections will be made safer as part of the first round of the Victorian Government’s state-wide blitz targeting rural and regional Victoria’s most dangerous intersections.
Construction has started on the final 12 kilometres of Litchfield Park Road and the bridge over the Lower Finniss River to ensure year-round access – supporting 80 local jobs.
Forty-five of northern Victoria’s highest-risk intersections will be made safer as part of the first of round of a state-wide blitz targeting rural and regional Victoria’s most dangerous intersections thanks to the Victorian Government.
The Victorian Government welcomes the Federal Government’s decision which allows work to resume on the Western Highway duplication.
Residents from north-eastern Victoria will share their ideas and thoughts on how to make local roads safer at tonight’s (July 17 2019) regional road safety forum in Shepparton.
Construction is off to a great start on the Wanneroo Road and Ocean Reef Road interchange, with progress now visible across a number of the site’s work zones.
The Stephenson Avenue extension project has reached a significant milestone with a Statement of Intent between the State Government and City of Stirling signed to progress the first phase of the project.
The WA Government’s plans to relieve congestion along Armadale Road and the southern suburbs are progressing, with a contract awarded for delivery of the Armadale Road to North Lake Road bridge project.
WA Premier Mark McGowan and WA Transport Minister Rita Saffioti are visiting seven of 30 major metropolitan road projects or sites that are either under construction now or starting soon.