Making News
21/10/2020
Intersection upgrades appear to have hit a speed bump

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Breaking News asked the Department of Transport about plans for the roundabouts, their estimated cost and whether authorities were looking at other options. In response, a Department of Transport spokesman said: “Safety of our roads is our key priority, which is why we are undertaking a range of technical analysis to identify options for future safety improvements along the Nepean Highway.”

The council’s team leader of traffic and transport, Tom Haines-Sutherland, said both intersections were managed by the State Government. “The Victorian Department of Transport has been working on developing suitable treatments for both locations,” Mr Haines-Sutherland said in a statement. “The development of options has included consultation with the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s traffic and transport team, and we are confident that great outcomes will be achieved to improve safety and access for the Mount Martha community. Community consultation will be led by the Department of Transport, and it is best placed to address further queries regarding timing, cost, design and consultation.”

Flinders federal Liberal MP Greg Hunt said the Federal Government had committed the funds at the 2019 election to improve safety at both intersections. “Community views on this have been known for years,” Mr Hunt said. “Both of these intersections must be made safe to avoid the tragedies we have seen over the past few years. In the midst of COVID-19, it is logical that works can proceed not only to boost our local economy, but most importantly improve safety on one of the Peninsula’s most heavily used roads. Our funding is available and ready, and we urge the state to commence works as soon as possible.”

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