$30bof transport projects currently in construction
7,000+people in jobs
29major transport projects currently being built
About Victoria’s Big Build
Victoria is currently in a transport construction boom with 29 major road and rail projects being built. It’s not just about current works, with significant planning also underway for a number of projects that are set to transform the way Victorians travel. Highlights of Victoria’s Big Build include:
- A second underground railway, the Metro Tunnel
- Victoria’s biggest ever commitment to remove level crossings
- $1.7 billion Regional Rail Revival package
- A second major road connection from the west, the West Gate Tunnel
- Victoria’s biggest road tunnel and project, the North East Link
- Major upgrades to some of our busiest freeways including the M80, CityLink, Tullamarine and Monash
- The Mernda Rail Extension project, bringing trains to growing outer suburbs in Melbourne's north.
More construction, more jobs
These projects, combined with many more local road upgrades and public transport improvements, mean more jobs for Victorians.
This massive overhaul of our transport network is creating tens of thousands of jobs.
Visit our jobs portal for current vacancies on these projects across the private and public sectors.
Coordinating major construction and disruptions
The Office of the Coordinator General oversees many of the major transport projects in construction and planning including the Level Crossing Removal Project, Metro Tunnel, West Gate Tunnel and North East Link.
The Coordinator General works closely with Transport for Victoria, VicRoads and Public Transport Victoria to ensure major construction activities and disruptions are coordinated across the network. This includes plans to keep people moving through major work periods. We also work with industry to ensure it has the skilled workers needed to deliver Victoria’s massive construction program.
VicRoads continues to oversee a number of major road and freeway projects including the M80 Ring Road Upgrade, Streamlining Hoddle Street, Swan Street Bridge Upgrade, Chandler Highway Upgrade and the Western Roads Upgrade.
About the Office of the Coordinator General
Corey Hannett is Victoria’s Coordinator General, having been appointed to the role in mid-2014 after more than 20 years delivering major infrastructure projects.
Corey is supported by a team of people with expertise in planning and delivering major transport projects in the fields of safety, resource planning, legal, commercial, community engagement, policy and finance.
The Office works closely with Transport for Victoria. Headed up by Dr Gillian Miles, Transport for Victoria is responsible for the smooth operation and long-term planning of Victoria’s transport network. Transport for Victoria and the Office of the Coordinator General are part of the broader Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources.
Keeping you informed
There are a number of ways you can stay informed about major transport projects and any disruptions on the network. This website features an interactive map showing the location and timing of any major disruptions as well as travel alternatives. You can plan your public transport journey via the PTV Journey Planner or visit VicTraffic for more information about travel conditions and incidents.
Each project has a dedicated communications strategy using methods such as advertising, notifications/newsletters in letterboxes, emails, signage, flyers, social media, website information and videos. Get in touch with us if you have a specific question or concern about works and projects in your area.Our projects