Share your ideas on the future use of two public open spaces as part of the Chandler Highway Upgrade. This consultation will help us transform vacant areas into welcoming, vibrant and safe destinations for both the local and wider community.
Your feedback will be used by a team of technical and urban designers to create design options, which will be presented to the community later in the year.
Join the online discussion forum (External link)
to share and discuss ideas. The online forums will be open until Sunday 12 June
Detailed information about this project is also available on the Chandler Highway project page
Swan Street Bridge Upgrade
We are upgrading Swan Street Bridge to reduce congestion, improve safety and enhance accessibility for locals and visitors to Melbourne’s sports and entertainment precinct.
We want to hear your experience about the Swan Street Bridge. Tell us how the bridge is part of your lifestyle. Show us why and how you use the bridge.
Your stories will be used to develop the urban design options. This will include lighting, artwork and architectural features.
Story of Swan Street Bridge
Rowan Road Westall Road Intersection
We are investigating safety improvements at the Rowan Road and Westall Road intersection in Dingley Village, and we’d like to find out more about your use of the intersection and how you travel through the area. Your experiences will help us prepare options for the intersection.
Take this short survey now to help us make this intersection safer for the community.
Rowan Road Westall Road Intersection Survey
Noise walls for Glenroy and Gowanbrae
The Victorian Government has committed $10m to build new noise walls that will create a quieter environment that everyone in Glenroy and Gowanbrae can enjoy.
We've been working on a plan to deliver the greatest benefit to the community - now we want your feedback, to make sure we have got it right.
Take a look at our interactive map and complete a quick survey to help us finalise the plan.
Noise walls for Glenroy and Gowanbrae
Nepean Corridor journey improvements
The Nepean Corridor is an important part of Melbourne’s transport network. It covers roads, cycling paths, train lines and tram lines, and stretches 40km from Frankston to St Kilda Junction.
If you are here to tell us how you use the Nepean Corridor, this project is currently on hold and we are not taking feedback right now. If you would like to know when we're ready to hear from you please email your details to:[email protected] and we'll be in touch.
Hoddle Street-Punt Road
Help us to improve travel reliability along and across Hoddle Street and Punt Road via our online consultation hub (External link). Based on your feedback earlier in the year, we are now exploring how people use on-street around Punt Road. We will use your feedback and technical investigations to prepare recommendations, and a Business Case, for presentation to Government in early 2016.
Hoddle Street - Punt Road Consultation
Springvale Junction Improvement Project
Springvale Junction is the worst accident black spot in Victoria. We're investigating how to make this a safer intersection and need your input. Use our interactive map to tell us about your travel experiences through the junction, and share your thoughts about safety approaches we're exploring via the online survey.
Springvale Junction Safety Improvement Project
Express your interest to be part of a Cycling Road Rules Review
A Community consultation workshop on cycling road rule recommendations will be held on Saturday 20 February 2016.
Registrations have now closed. Thanks everyone who has registered to participate.
The workshop will cover:
- Cycling and left hand turns
- Certain situations for cycling on footpaths.
We’re seeking a diverse group of road users.
Please see the Cycling Roads Rule Review page for more details about this review.
Help shape Napier Street plans consultation
The Victorian Government has committed funding for planning updates to Bendigo's Napier Street, between Weeroona Avenue and Hall Street.
The first phase of the consultation has now concluded. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the online forum. You can view a summary of the ideas and the comment the community shared with us in the Stakeholder and Community Consultation Summary at the Help shape Napier Street plans consultation (External link)
We will come back to you in early 2016 to seek your views again on some early concepts.