The Mordialloc Freeway Environment Effects Statement (EES) is now open for feedback.
The 9km freeway project will link the Mornington Peninsula to the Dingley Bypass.
As a result of the EES process, several changes have been made, including:
- Noise walls will be built along the new Mordialloc Freeway to reduce vehicle noise near homes in Dingley Village, Aspendale Gardens and Waterways.
- Wildlife underpasses will be built to allow animals to access both sides of the freeway and fauna fencing will reduce the impact of light and noise near wildlife in Braeside Park.
- Twin bridges will be built over the Waterways wetlands allowing light to reach vegetation underneath.
- No-go zones will minimise impacts of construction on the natural environment.
This freeway will cut up to 10 minutes of travel time in each direction between the Mornington Peninsula Freeway and the Dingley Bypass.
The EES will be on display for 30 business days at locations in Dingley Village, Cheltenham, Chelsea, Dandenong, Springvale, Melbourne CBD and our Mordialloc Freeway project View the EES page.
For more information and details about how to participate in the EES, visit the Mordialloc Freeway project Environment Effects Statement page.
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