Traffic Signal Route Review

The 2015 review has been concluded

As demand for Victoria’s road network increases each year, we are always looking at ways to improve the operation of traffic signals to help improve your journey.

Our annual Traffic Signal Route Review is part of a congestion management program to look at routes where travel demands have changed.

Each year, we use a number of strategies to review the efficiency of specific traffic routes.

What happened in 2015:
We focused on 34 routes where travel demands had changed, and as part of the review we asked road users to give us an insider’s view on eight selected routes in greater Melbourne and Geelong.
  • An online forum was held where almost 12,000 people visited.
  • Around 3,500 participants visited the mapping area of the forum.
  • 306 pins with comments were dropped on the map across the eight selected routes, with a further 507 pins placed outside of the selected routes.
  • The discussion forum attracted 7,687 unique visitors: 3062 (40%) were informed (clicked on elements in the forum); and 174 (2%) were engaged (made comments).
You can view a summary of the outcomes on each traffic route below.


Next steps:
  • The 2016 Traffic Signal Route Review is currently underway. Stay tuned for updates.

The 2015 review has been concluded

As demand for Victoria’s road network increases each year, we are always looking at ways to improve the operation of traffic signals to help improve your journey.

Our annual Traffic Signal Route Review is part of a congestion management program to look at routes where travel demands have changed.

Each year, we use a number of strategies to review the efficiency of specific traffic routes.

What happened in 2015:
We focused on 34 routes where travel demands had changed, and as part of the review we asked road users to give us an insider’s view on eight selected routes in greater Melbourne and Geelong.
  • An online forum was held where almost 12,000 people visited.
  • Around 3,500 participants visited the mapping area of the forum.
  • 306 pins with comments were dropped on the map across the eight selected routes, with a further 507 pins placed outside of the selected routes.
  • The discussion forum attracted 7,687 unique visitors: 3062 (40%) were informed (clicked on elements in the forum); and 174 (2%) were engaged (made comments).
You can view a summary of the outcomes on each traffic route below.


Next steps:
  • The 2016 Traffic Signal Route Review is currently underway. Stay tuned for updates.