Rosebud Residential Area: Road Safety Improvements
“Mornington Peninsula Shire Towards Zero – Safer Residential Areas project”
The Shire has committed $1 million in matched funding from the State’s Towards Zero program to improve road safety in residential areas identified as having high crash risk throughout the Shire.
High priority areas have been identified based on the number of casualties from crashes and community concerns that have been received.
The Rosebud residential area surrounding the commercial centre is one of the Shire’s priority areas.
To develop the best types of road safety treatments the Shire encourages Rosebud residents to have their say on the project.
Community sessions will be held at the Rosebud Memorial Hall to gather the community’s views on road safety.
The Safer Residential Areas project aims to improve the safety of vulnerable road users such as school children and the elderly, and will also consider all road users. Proposed road safety improvements may include:
- traffic calming treatments,
- pedestrian facilities,
- roundabouts and
- more appropriate speed limit setting.
Community information session:
Thursday 8th February 2018
5pm – 7pm
Rosebud Memorial Hall
994 Point Nepean Road, Rosebud
There will not be a formal presentation, so just drop in any time, no RSVP required.
Have your say:
Submissions close 23rd of February.
Submit your ideas using one of the options below or attend the community information session.
- Online: complete the online survey
- Mail: address to Traffic and Transport, Mornington Peninsula Shire Council, Private Bag 1000, Rosebud, 3939 or
- Email: send emails to email@example.com with the subject line "Safer Residential Areas project - Hastings"
- In person: visit one of our customer service offices and ask for a 'Have Your Say' form.
For more information please contact Mitchell Heggen, Project Manager on 5950 1179 or Mitchell.Heggen@mornpen.vic.gov.au.