Roadworks & Closures
Golf links Road Upgrade
Major Projects Victoria is starting works on the Golf Links Road on 12 October. The first stage of works includes a 12 week closure of Golf Links Road from Peninsula Link to the McClelland Drive roundabout.
The upgrade aims to make it easier and safer to get to Peninsula Link, Somerville, Hastings and the Western Port Highway. It will also make it easier and safer for trucks to get to Grant Road and the Somerville commercial precinct. Safety barriers will lower the risk and severity of crashes.
Slip at Bay Road crossing over Hopetoun Creek, Mount Martha
The Shire has closed a lane of Bay Road, Mount Martha due to a slip where the road crosses Hopetoun Creek. Temporary traffic signals will control traffic flow, and the rest of the road will remain open.
Engineers have assessed the damage and are developing a plan to stabilise and reinstate the embankment, with a report and recommended treatment expected in the coming days, with the road being fully opened as soon as it is safe to do so.
Installation of linking footpath and a pedestrian refuge island Frankston-Flinders Road, Somerville
The Shire has been made aware of missing footpaths and safe crossing opportunities close to 1190 Frankston-Flinders Road in Somerville. The Shire will therefore install a footpath along with a pedestrian refuge island.
The Shire is initiating this project to address a key safety issue raised by members of the community and to provide improved connectivity for the existing pedestrian network. The whole project is scheduled to be delivered by June 2021.
A copy of the detailed design plan can be downloaded via the following link: Frankston-Flinders Road Pedestrian Refuge Detailed Plan(PDF, 1MB)
Dromana Industrial Estate road and parking bay line marking
Updated Plan (February 2021)
The Shire received feedback from our previous letter regarding the loss of parking for the businesses on Collins Road. Therefore, the Shire has decided to remove Collins Road from the updated Plan. A copy of the updated plan is available to download via the following link: Updated Dromana Industrial Estate Line Marking Plans(PDF, 14MB)
A copy of the previous plan (December 2020) can be downloaded via the following link: Previous Dromana Industrial Estate Line Marking Plan(PDF, 4MB)
Herbert Street and Lucerne Avenue parking bays, Mornington
Parking bays will be installed along Herbert Street and Lucerne Avenue in Mornington. These bays will improve driveway access and the safety of road users. Signage will be installed advising that parking on these streets is only permitted in the marked bays.
Copies of the detailed design plans are available to download via the following links: Herbert Street Plans(PDF, 4MB) and Lucerne Avenue Plans(PDF, 3MB).
Due to the holiday season, consultation with residents has been extended to 23 December 2020.
Mornington Main Street closure
Mornington Peninsula Shire has opened up part of Main Street, Mornington to pedestrians and bike riders and closed it to cars.
Main Street, between Barkley Street and the Esplanade, has been closed to cars and opened to pedestrians to support outdoor dining.
Traffic is being diverted around the ring roads to the car parks either side of Main Street, with disabled parking and bus stops relocated to the closest suitable locations.
The map below shows the new location of disabled parking and bus stops, as well as loading zones and the taxi zone.
To find out more, visit the Mornington Outdoor Dining page.
Changed traffic arrangements across the Peninsula
The Shire has reduced speeds and changed traffic arrangements in Rosebud, Sorrento, Mt Eliza and Mt Martha to support outdoor dining over Summer.
Key shopping strips in townships across the Peninsula are being opened up for more outdoor retail and dining to help our local businesses bounce back from lockdown.
To find out more, visit the Outdoor Dining page.
Planned Road Maintenance
As part of the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Safer Local Roads Program, an extensive road resurfacing program and grading program is carried out across the Mornington Peninsula every year. Information about these programs can be found on the Road Grading and Road Resurfacing pages of the website.