We’re improving road safety and traffic flow in Bacchus Marsh with two major upgrades
Funding has now been secured from the Victorian and Australian Governments for stage 3 of the Princes Highway East Duplication Project. This stage will complete the project, with a total of 42kms of new lanes added between Traralgon and Sale.
The remaining two sections at Flynn and Kilmany will add an extra 12km of lanes in each direction.
Over 30 kilometres of highway has already been duplicated between Traralgon and Sale.
All nine sections of Stages 1 and 2 are complete:
- Traralgon-Maffra Road and Stammers Road, Traralgon East
A new roundabout was added at the intersection of Rocla Road and Stammers Road.
- Stammers Road and Minniedale Road, Traralgon East
- Flynn to Rosedale
8.3km of new lanes were added at Flynns Creek Road, Flynn and Byes Lanes, Rosedale.
- Nambrok – Stage 1
2.8km of new lanes were added between east of Dennison Road to the east of Nambrok Road, Rosedale.
- Fulham – Stage 1
2.9km of new lanes were added between west of Sale-Heyfield Road and Wurruk.
- Fulham – Stage 2
2.7km of new lanes were added between west of Sale-Heyfield Road and west of Sale-Cowwarr Road.
- Wurruk to Sale
New lanes were added and upgraded to 4km of the highway to the west of Sale.
- Traralgon East 3
3.9km of new lanes were added between Minniedale Road to the east of Sheepwash Creek Road.
- Nambrok – Stage 2
3.4km of new lanes were added between east of Nambrok Road to the east of Maffra-Rosedale Road
The duplication and upgrades will improve safety and journey times on this route of national significance
The Princes Highway East Duplication is being delivered by Major Road Projects Victoria. Visit the project website for more information.
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Fast Rail to Geelong
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Melbourne Airport Rail
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