We’ve upgraded Hall Road to improve safety and travel times for the more than 17,000 vehicles that use the road each day.

As part of the project we’ve:

  • added an extra lane in each direction between McCormicks Road and Western Port Highway
  • upgraded intersections at Western Port Highway, McCormicks, Taylors, Evans and Cranbourne-Frankston roads to add capacity and improve traffic flow
  • built new walking and cycling paths between McCormicks Road and Western Port Highway
  • installed a new centre median and kerb-side safety barriers between McCormicks Road and Western Port Highway.

Works started on the project in mid-2022 and were completed in March 2024 – 9 months ahead of schedule.

Investing in the South East

The Hall Road Upgrade is part of major improvements to your road and rail network in Melbourne’s south-east to connect growing communities, ease congestion on local roads, and improve access to public transport.

Together with recent upgrades to Lathams Road, Thompsons Road and Western Port Highway, as well as upgrades underway on Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road, Clyde Road and in Pakenham, the project will:

  • provide more reliable travel times in the Cranbourne and Carrum Downs area
  • improve traffic flow and access to local facilities and streets through dedicated turning lanes
  • make it easier and safer to walk and cycle along Hall Road
  • improve liveability in the area through better street lighting and landscaping
  • improve safety and reduce the risk of crashes by installing centre median and kerb side safety barriers.

Finishing works continue

Until late May, we’ll have lane closures and speed reduction in place along Hall Road as we complete finishing works including completion of the shared walking and cycling paths and landscaping across the project.

We’ll also continue celebrating local indigenous culture with the installation of further sundial artworks, designed by Bunurong artist Adam Magennis, on Hall Road between Edinburgh Drive and Taylors Road.

Please drive carefully and follow the direction of traffic controllers.