Mordialloc Bypass

Cars and a truck on Westall Road

Share your thoughts on our initial design.

We want to hear from you if you live, work, visit and travel through the area. Your feedback will help us inform and shape our design.

The proposed Mordialloc Bypass, from Springvale Road through to the Dingley Bypass, will provide better access and connectivity to places where people live, work and play.

The new road will ease traffic congestion on nearby roads, improve freight movements and provide reliability for local buses.

The walking and cycling path will provide more transport options for people living in the area.

How to participate:

  • Choose the pin from the top of our map that best describes your interest in the new Mordialloc Bypass.
  • Drag and drop your identified pin onto the map where you would like to share your thoughts, queries or feedback.
  • Click on existing markers on the map to join the discussion.
  • You can comment on our interactive map until midnight on Sunday 1 October 2017.

Next steps:

  • We’ll be hosting pop up information stands around the community in August and September to share this information and show people how to access the interactive map.
  • We'll be carrying out planning and investigations, and working with local councils and the Department of Environment, Land, Planning and Water regarding the appropriate planning and approval requirements.
  • We’ll collate all of the feedback we’ve received.
  • We'll use all of this information along with our environmental, land and traffic investigation results to inform and shape the design of the Mordialloc Bypass.
  • A summary of your comments will be posted on this page six weeks after consultation ends.
  • We’ll keep you updated on changes to the design and advice regarding planning and approval requirements.

Share your thoughts on our initial design.

We want to hear from you if you live, work, visit and travel through the area. Your feedback will help us inform and shape our design.

The proposed Mordialloc Bypass, from Springvale Road through to the Dingley Bypass, will provide better access and connectivity to places where people live, work and play.

The new road will ease traffic congestion on nearby roads, improve freight movements and provide reliability for local buses.

The walking and cycling path will provide more transport options for people living in the area.

How to participate:

  • Choose the pin from the top of our map that best describes your interest in the new Mordialloc Bypass.
  • Drag and drop your identified pin onto the map where you would like to share your thoughts, queries or feedback.
  • Click on existing markers on the map to join the discussion.
  • You can comment on our interactive map until midnight on Sunday 1 October 2017.

Next steps:

  • We’ll be hosting pop up information stands around the community in August and September to share this information and show people how to access the interactive map.
  • We'll be carrying out planning and investigations, and working with local councils and the Department of Environment, Land, Planning and Water regarding the appropriate planning and approval requirements.
  • We’ll collate all of the feedback we’ve received.
  • We'll use all of this information along with our environmental, land and traffic investigation results to inform and shape the design of the Mordialloc Bypass.
  • A summary of your comments will be posted on this page six weeks after consultation ends.
  • We’ll keep you updated on changes to the design and advice regarding planning and approval requirements.