The Andrews Labor Government is working to boost safety and ease congestion on roads in Inverloch, with recently completed works already making a difference.

Member for Eastern Victoria, Harriet Shing welcomed the completion of the $7.3 million upgrades that will boost safety and improve traffic flow through the area.

A new roundabout at the intersection of Bass Highway and Korumburra-Inverloch Rd will improve accessibility, particularly during peak holiday periods.

The roundabout at the intersection of Bass Highway/Inverloch-Venus Bay Rd and Bunurong St has also been upgraded to help traffic flow and improve safety.

Drivers will benefit from new dedicated right and left turn lanes into Cashin St and Bear St, making it safer and easier for drivers wanting to turn into side streets.

The project also included the strengthening of roads leading into Inverloch, and street lighting has been upgraded.

This Safe System Road Infrastructure Project was funded by the Transport Accident Commission (TAC). VicRoads manages the development and delivery of the program.

Quotes attributable to Member for Eastern Victoria, Harriet Shing:

“Having driven these roads many times during the works I saw first-hand the patience shown by other drivers to the changed road conditions. The completion of this project is a really good outcome for road safety and better traffic flow in the area.’

“Now the project is complete, Inverloch’s roads are safer and traffic can flow more freely.”


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