Nepean corridor improvements

Travel your way through the Nepean Corridor.

The Nepean Corridor is an important part of Melbourne’s transport network. It covers roads, cycling paths, train and tram lines, and stretches 40km from Frankston to St Kilda Junction. Over 135,000 people travel along this corridor each day.

Watch this short video for more information about the Nepean Corridor.

Using technology to keep you informed

As part of a $1.5 million Smart Journey initiative, we’re investing ways to use technology to improve your journey experience through this corridor.

Over the coming months we’ll be exploring a range of options to give you up-to-date travel information that could include:

  • live travel times
  • alternative routes to avoid congestion
  • train station parking updates

We’re investigating solutions for all modes of transport to improve your journey experience through the Nepean Corridor.

Current project status – November 2016

Thank you to everyone who participated in our online engagement and shared their travel experiences through the Nepean corridor. Over 2,000 people visited the online consultation, with almost 1,200 comments made on the interactive map.

We’re reviewing your feedback to gain a better understanding of how you travel, the challenges you may be facing and how you make your transport decisions.

View our interactive map now 

What happens next?

Once we’ve reviewed your feedback on your journey experience we’ll email you a summary report of results.

In 2017 we’ll also be inviting you to tell us what you think about some technology solutions that could be introduced along the corridor. Once we’ve collected this second round of feedback, we’ll develop and implement a pilot solution to address the community’s concerns.

After the pilot solution has been introduced, we’ll seek further feedback from the community to decide if the pilot was successful. We’ll also investigate ways we can further improve your journey experience.

Contact us

Get in touch to find out more about this project and learn how you can have your say.  

Email: [email protected]

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