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Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road Upgrade

By Eleanor Hopkins

Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road is being upgraded to a fully divided road for 3.5 km between Pound Road and Thompson Road. The $49 million project funded by the Victorian Government will improve traffic flow, access and safety along this important arterial road in the City of Casey.

Features

  • three lanes each way between Ormond Road and Glasscocks Road, with two lanes each way for other sections.
  • intersection improvements at Ormond Road, Glasscocks Road and Rosebank Drive.
  • a shared path for cyclists and pedestrians along both sides of Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road.
  • placing the electrical power lines underground.
  • Benefits

  • safer conditions for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians.
  • less congestion with better traffic flow for all road users.
  • improved amenity for local residents.
  • better and safer access to adjacent shops, facilities and residential areas.
  • improved transport efficiency in the south east growth area of Melbourne.
  • Planning and progress
    In October 2013, Winslow Constructors was awarded the contract to construct the Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road Upgrade. Winslow Constructors is currently doing preconstruction and preparation work, including the detailed design of the upgraded road with the aim to start major construction early in 2014. Construction is expected to finish by the end of 2015.

    Involving the community
    Community involvement and feedback is important for the successful development and construction of the Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road improvements.

    To help people stay informed throughout the life of the project communications will include community information sessions, distribution of project brochures and updates on the VicRoads website.

    More information Call VicRoads South Eastern Projects on 03 9703 5999

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