Springvale Road safety improvements

To improve safety and traffic flow on Springvale Road, we are installing traffic lights at the Virginia Street and Newcomen Road intersection in Springvale.

Project update - March 2022

Works are progressing well on the Springvale Road and Virginia Street intersection upgrade in Springvale. 

As part of this important upgrade, we’ll be undertaking pavement rehabilitation works to improve the road surface along Springvale Road. 

When to expect us

Crews will be on site for up to 20 nights between Sunday 10 April and Thursday 12 May, excluding all Friday and Saturday nights and all public holidays.

We will be working between 7:30pm and 6am to minimise traffic disruption and to keep our crews safe.

Please note that the dates and times are subject to change due to weather conditions. 

How will this work affect you?

During working hours, you may notice:

  • Lane closures, carriageway closures and changed traffic conditions on Springvale Road between Sandown Road and Lucian Avenue.
  • Changed access to local streets with some local detours.
  • Medium to high level noise, vibrations and dust.
  • Temporary safety lights within the work area.
  • Traffic controllers will be on site to assist residents and business owners in accessing their properties and helping motorists to travel around the works area safely. 

Please plan ahead and allow extra travel time if Springvale Road is part of your journey. 

About the project

The Victorian Government is investing $3.9 million to improve safety and traffic flow at the Springvale Road, Virginia Street and Newcomen Road intersection in Springvale.

We’ll be starting works on this important intersection upgrade in early 2022 with works expected to be complete mid-2022.

The safety improvements we’ll be delivering at this key intersection include: 

  • new traffic signals at the Springvale Road, Virginia Street and Newcomen Road intersection 
  • new pedestrian crossings on the northern, eastern, and western ends of the signalised intersection 
  • an extended right turn lane for northbound and southbound vehicles on Springvale Road 
  • modifying parking around the intersection 
  • road renewal and resurfacing works
  • public lighting. 

We’ll also be modifying Rosalie Street to make it left turn only on to Springvale Road and implementing a safer speed limit of 40km/h along Springvale Road from the Springvale shopping precinct to Watt Street. 

We will keep the community updated throughout the various stages of the works including the timing of construction and its impacts to local traffic.

Springvale Road safety improvements map

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Project Background 

Springvale Road acts as a key activity precinct, servicing many local businesses whilst providing a north and south connection from Doncaster East to Edithvale.  

Between 1 July 2015 and 30 June 2020, there were a total of 9 crashes at both these intersections, including 4 serious injury crashes and 1 fatality.

Local residents have indicated their preference of traffic lights being installed on Springvale Road at the Virginia Street and Newcomen Road intersection. 

City of Greater Dandenong are undertaking works at the southern extent of our works through the Springvale Shopping Precinct to improve street amenity and accessibility. 

To find out more about City of Greater Dandenong’s Springvale Boulevard project.  


The benefits include: 

  • a safer road environment with new traffic lights and pedestrian crossings added to this busy intersection
  • upgraded street lighting improving safety and amenity
  • safer parking options along Springvale Road 
  • smoother and safer road surface
  • improved pedestrian facilities making it safer and easier to cross the road.

Get in touch

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

Email: [email protected]

Other languages

Springvale Road 安全升级

Springvale Road道路安全改良工程

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