ROAD PLANS FOR PHILLIP ISLAND – SURVEY EXTENDED
Thursday, 18 January 2018
The opportunity to have your say about the Phillip Island Road corridor concept designs and potential improvements has been extended.
The Andrews Labor Government has released concept designs and potential improvements to the Phillip Island Road Corridor – with locals, businesses and visitors all invited to have their say on the plans.
Harriet Shing, Member for Eastern Victoria today announced that people still had the opportunity to put their views forward by completing a short survey online with the extension of time until the 28 January.
Community feedback, along with traffic data and video and drone footage, has been used to help produce the designs and possible solutions.
VicRoads staff have recently hosted community pop-up sessions at Cowes and San Remo.
Concept designs for the Phillip Island Road corridor are available for people to view online, with a short survey open until midnight on Sunday, 28 January 2018 at engage.vicroads.vic.gov.au/phillipislandroad.
Quote attributable to Member for Eastern Victoria Harriet Shing:
“We have received an amazing response as over 7000 people have already been on the website with 400 surveys completed to date. I would encourage those who haven’t taken this opportunity to go on line by the 28th of January to have their say about what their priorities are.”
“Phillip island is one of Victoria’s great tourist destinations and we have to keep planning ahead to keep it that way.”
“We thank the community for having their say about what they want from the roads on and around Phillip Island.”