Springvale North-East Quadrant

Affected area is:

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What’s the problem?

Drivers living in this area that need to travel north up Springvale Road, have to turn onto Lightwood Road or Springvale Road. But there’s no traffic lights to help with these turns.

Latest report from council

Councillor Sean O’Reilly at council meeting
CM-Minutes-25-May-2020-WEBSITE-Springvale-NE-Quadrant-1

Link to PDF

Initiation of report

Resolution by Greater Dandenong Council

Councillor Sean O’Reilly at council meeting
Notice-of-Motion-No.71-Springvale-North-East-Quadrant

Question to council

Ordinary-Council-Meeting-181210_1

Media references

What does this mean?

It means that council believes that this area is a problem.

It means that council has officially adopted an advocacy position towards organisations such as VicRoads and the Victorian Government.

It means that council has committed to resourcing further evidence gathering to support council’s advocacy position.

Example

Accident cnr Lightwood Road and Lindsay Williams Crossing – occurred on 15 July 2019

Advocacy

Resident delegation

On 25/10/2019, a delegation of residents met with the Victorian Premiers’ adviser.

Delegation of local residents to speak to Daniel Andrews’ senior advisor

Letter from Mayor

Letter to Minister from Mayor, City of Greater Dandenong

Hon-Jaala-Pulford-Minister-for-Roads-re-congestion-delays-around-Springvale-Station-project-26.11.19

Update 24 August 2020:

The Department of Transport and council will be working on further developing a design for signalising the intersection in order to submit a strong bid for construction funding to the State Government’s budget process for 2021/22.