We’re upgrading major intersections on Hoddle Street and Punt Road to improve traffic flow.

Overview

On 17 March, we opened Victoria’s first continuous flow intersection at Punt Road and Swan Street.

Visit the New right turns web page to find out more.

The new design will move right turns away from the intersection to prioritise the north-south movement and improve travel times for the 330,000 people that travel along and across Hoddle Street and Punt Road every day.

Punt to Olympic

Watch the video explaining how to turn right from Punt Road to Olympic Boulevard.

Swan to Punt

Watch the video explaining how to turn right from Swan Street to Punt Road.

Punt to Swan

Watch the video explaining how to turn right from Punt Road to Swan Street.

Swan Street before and after

Click on the image to open a before and after view of the Swan Street - Punt Road intersection.
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Brunton Avenue before and after

Click on the image to open a before and after view of the Brunton Avenue - Punt Road intersection.
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The significant changes to Melbourne’s busiest intersection will provide more go time at green lights, improve traffic flow and reduce travel times on Hoddle Street and Punt Road.

How to turn right

Watch our instructional video below to find out more.

Eastern Freeway and Johnston Street

In late 2018 we finished works on Hoddle Street at:

  • the Eastern Freeway
  • Johnston Street.

The project is due to be complete in late 2019.

For more information please visit the Eastern Freeway and Johnston Street web page.

More reliable and consistent travel times

Shorter peak hour queues

Less time at red lights

Timeline

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