We’re upgrading Hall Road between McCormicks Road and Cranbourne-Frankston Road, as well as upgrading two Western Port Highway roundabouts to improve safety and journey reliability.

Overview

The Victorian Government is investing $223.3 million to upgrade 5.2 km of Hall Road between McCormicks Road and Cranbourne-Frankston Road, as well as upgrading two Western Port Highway roundabouts.

The project will:

  • increase traffic lanes on Hall Road to two lanes in each direction between McCormicks Road and Cranbourne-Frankston Road
  • upgrade intersections at McCormicks Road, Taylors Rd, Evans Road, Western Port Highway and Cranbourne-Frankston Road to improve access and reduce the risk of crashes
  • build a new shared walking and cycling path along Hall Road
  • upgrade two Western Port Highway roundabouts at the intersections of Ballarto Road and Cranbourne Frankston Road with traffic lights to improve safety and manage traffic flow on and off the highway.

Benefits

The project will improve journeys along Hall Road and make intersections at nearby Western Port Highway safer for Cranbourne locals and the broader community.

The seven intersection upgrades will improve access, safety and reduce the risk of crashes.

The new shared walking and cycling paths along Hall Road will encourage physical activity and provide better lighting and landscaping to improve liveability in the area.

This project builds on improvements already underway including the duplication of Thompsons Road between Dandenong-Frankston Road and Berwick-Cranbourne Road and the Hallam Road Upgrade.

The additional capacity along Hall Road will also complement the future upgrade of nearby Lathams Road, due to begin in 2020.

Current activities

We will be carrying out various planning and environmental assessments commencing December 2019 to get a better understanding of the area. This information will help us to understand the broader environment and will help shape the initial design and ensure we minimise impacts where possible.

These inspections will be carried out in publicly accessible areas along the project corridor and will not cause any disruption to traffic.

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