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Suburban Roads Upgrades - South Eastern Roads and Northern Roads

Funding Program:Investment Road and Rail Program
Status:Under construction
Transport Mode:Road
Expected Start/Finish:Early 2021 - Late 2025
Estimated Project Cost:$2,268,800,000
Australian Government Contribution:$1,140,100,000
Local Council/Shire:Banyule City Council,Cardinia Shire Council,Casey City Council,Frankston City Council,City of Greater Dandenong,Hume City Council,Manningham City Council,Mornington Peninsula Shire Council,Nillumbik Shire Council,City of Whittlesea
State:VIC

Project Description

This investment involves the upgrade of selected suburban roads in Melbourne’s south-east and north.

Benefits

Melbourne is Australia’s fastest growing capital city and suburbs in Melbourne’s south-east and north are some of the fastest growing in Australia.

These upgrades are expected to reduce congestion and increase the safety and reliability of the suburban road network across Melbourne’s south-east and north. They will support the city’s growing population and improve connectivity for people with jobs and services.

Funding

The Australian Government will contribute up to $1,140,100,000.

Timetable

Construction commenced in January 2021 and is expected to be complete late 2025. 

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Project details last updated: 19/05/2021