Gap Road & Horne Street intersection upgrade, Sunbury

The Victorian Government has funded $6.4 million to install traffic lights and a pedestrian crossing at the Gap Road and Horne Street intersection, to improve safety and traffic flow.

Project background

The Gap Road and Horne Street intersection carries large traffic volumes , with 21,500 vehicles per day travelling on Horne Street and 18,000 vehicles per day on Gap Road. The intersection is also a meeting point for thousands of drivers coming to and from surrounding main roads, such as Riddell Road, Sunbury Road and the Calder Freeway.

The high amount of traffic and location of the roundabout often results in long queues and delays, particularly during the morning and afternoon peaks.

The new traffic lights, pedestrian crossing and other safety treatments such as raised platforms will make it easier and safer for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists to travel through the area.

Project features  

  • Replacing the existing roundabout with traffic lights
  • Raised platforms to slow down drivers approaching the intersection
  • Additional lanes  
  • New pedestrian operated crossing
  • Dedicated bicycle lanes

Project benefits

  • Improved traffic flow and reduced delays at the intersection
  • Improved traffic flow through Sunbury
  • Better safety for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists

Project timeline

Early 2017
  • Detailed design completed
  • Service relocation works to begin
Early-mid 2017
Advertise tender
Late 2017
Award contract & construction works begin
Early 2018
Completion of works

Contact Us

If you’d like more information or have any questions, please get in touch.

Email  [email protected]
Call    (03) 9313 1396
Write  VicRoads - Metropolitan Projects Western 499 Ballarat Road Sunshine VIC 3020

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