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Mordialloc Bypass

Cars and a truck on Westall Road

Stay tuned for updates

Thank you for your feedback. Mordialloc Bypass is now to be Melbourne's newest freeway.

After talking with the local community, many of you made it clear you want a freeway to improve east-west and north-south connections, reduce delays and provide more reliable travel-times. And we listened.

The Victorian Budget 2018/19 will include $75 million to upgrade the Labor Government’s Mordialloc Bypass to a four-lane freeway, removing a further three sets of traffic lights from the current design.

The new freeway will have entry and exit ramp interchanges at Springvale Road, Governor Road, Lower Dandenong Road and Centre Dandenong Road.

We're also building a new interchange at Thames Promenade, making it easier for drivers to access the new freeway.

The Environment Effects Statement (EES) process and the assessments currently being undertaken are broad enough to cover the bypass becoming a freeway.

What’s happening now:

The EES process is currently underway, visit the Mordialloc Bypass page on the VicRoads website for updates.

Stay tuned for updates

Thank you for your feedback. Mordialloc Bypass is now to be Melbourne's newest freeway.

After talking with the local community, many of you made it clear you want a freeway to improve east-west and north-south connections, reduce delays and provide more reliable travel-times. And we listened.

The Victorian Budget 2018/19 will include $75 million to upgrade the Labor Government’s Mordialloc Bypass to a four-lane freeway, removing a further three sets of traffic lights from the current design.

The new freeway will have entry and exit ramp interchanges at Springvale Road, Governor Road, Lower Dandenong Road and Centre Dandenong Road.

We're also building a new interchange at Thames Promenade, making it easier for drivers to access the new freeway.

The Environment Effects Statement (EES) process and the assessments currently being undertaken are broad enough to cover the bypass becoming a freeway.

What’s happening now:

The EES process is currently underway, visit the Mordialloc Bypass page on the VicRoads website for updates.