Rosanna Road Safety Improvement Project

We’ve improved safety around along Rosanna Road as part of Towards Zero.

 

The State Government is investing $1.1 billion into Towards Zero, a plan to reduce Victoria’s road toll to fewer than 200 deaths by 2020 and reduce serious injuries by 15%.

Project update

Construction on the Rosanna Road Safety Improvement Project was completed in July 2017. 

Project background

Rosanna Road is an important link between Greensborough Highway and Lower Plenty Road, with more than 38,000 vehicles using the road daily.

The area includes a bustling shopping precinct and multiple schools. Over a five year period ending in mid 2015, a total of 75 crashes were recorded in the area.

Road safety improvements

In late 2016, we introduced the following road safety improvements: 

  • right hand signals at the Banksia Street, Burgundy Street and Darebin Street intersections
  • upgraded pedestrian crossing facilities
  • traffic dividers at Rosanna Road and Yarra Street
  • traffic lights at the Rosanna Road and Darebin Street intersection as well as the Rosanna Road and Banyule Road intersection
  • line markings repainted at bus stops

View Rosanna Road Heidelberg Safety Improvement Project Informaion Update August 2016 [PDF 2.9Mb}

Contact us

For more information about the project, please get in touch.

Email: [email protected]

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