Current Roadworks

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Roadworks around the City of Stonnington may occur for various reasons including major events, road repairs, upgrading and maintenance, building works or filming. 

More information

Visit VicRoads for information on the latest travel and road conditions including: 

Visit the Department of Transport for information on major road projects.

Infrastructure Capital Works - Updated 24 April 2018


Location

 
Reason for Closure


Anticipated
Start


Anticipated Completion

 
Scotchmans Creek,
Malvern
(Waverley Road to Dandenong Road)


Shared Path Works
Stage 3 
 
Started
 
Late March
2018
 
Melbourne High Drain Upgrade,
South Yarra
(Claremont St & Yarra St)


Drainage Improvement Works 

Started

Mid May
2018
 
Sir Robert Menzies Reserve, Malvern


Drainage Improvement Works 

Started

Mid May
2018
 
Right-of-Way West Tennyson St between Vickery & Bent Sts,
Malvern East


Right-of-Way
Reconstruction Works 

Started
 
Late May
2018
 
Mount Pleasant Grove,
Armadale


Road Reconstruction Works 
 
Started

Late June
2018

Cato Street,
Prahran
 
 
Construction of Cato Square
 
Started
 
October
2019

Trinian Street,
Prahran

 
Road Reconstruction Works
 
Mid April
2018
 
Mid August
2018

Beatty Avenue,
Armadale
 

Road Reconstruction Works - Stage 2 

Mid May
2018

TBC

 

Location

 From

To

Duration

 
Hopetoun Road,
Toorak

Malvern Road  Toorak Road Thursday 26 April to
Monday 30 April 2018
 
Carters Avenue,
Toorak

Toorak Road  Ormsby Grove Sunday 29 April 2018
 
Rathmines Street,
Toorak

Williams Road End of Road  Tuesday 1 May 2018

 

- The contractor will provide further notifications of the program closer to the date.

- The program schedule above is subject to weather conditions and as such may be altered.

Further information can be obtained by contacting the Infrastructure Design and Project Management Unit.

 

Road Management Plan and Register of Public Roads

The City of Stonnington has written a Road Management Plan in accordance with the Road Management Act 2004. The Road Management Plan details the inspection frequency, defect intervention levels and the defect repair response times for all public road infrastructure listed on the Register of Public Roads. The Register of Public Roads lists all roads which Council have deemed reasonably required for general public use. 

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