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South Eastern Freeway Managed Motorways

Funding Program:Investment Road and Rail Program
Transport Mode:Road
Expected Start/Finish:Early 2020 - Early 2021
Estimated Project Cost:$14,200,000
Australian Government Contribution:$7,100,000
Local Council/Shire:Adelaide Hills Council
Corridor:Melbourne - Adelaide

Project Description

The modified project comprises of the delivery of a non-stop three lane managed motorway between Crafters and Stirling interchanges in both directions on the South Eastern Freeway.


The project will improve traffic flow on the freeway and address a key capacity bottleneck. Benefits will be returned through reduced vehicle travel time, reduced vehicle operating costs, reduced crashes, incident delays savings and reduced air pollution (in particular carbon dioxide emissions).


The Australian Government has committed $7.1 million towards this project.


Construction was completed in early 2021.

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Project details last updated: 18/02/2021