Nillumbik Shire Council has received $5 million from the Federal Government for transport improvements along the Main Road corridor in Eltham.
We have developed a number of proposals to create a more pedestrian-friendly and connected Eltham Activity Centre, encouraging sustainable and active travel, thereby reducing traffic congestion and increasing safety in the precinct.
The improvements include new and upgraded pedestrian crossings, traffic signal changes, traffic management treatments, car parking at Eltham Central Oval and a new 40km/h speed limit for all roads in the Eltham Activity Centre.
Ways you can have a say
Review the concepts that have been developed that show what the traffic treatments could look like and provide feedback below.
Come along to an information session in the Eltham Town Centre where Council Officers will have project fact sheets, technical drawings and before and after illustrations available for inspection and discussion. Details under 'Information Sessions'.
Feedback closes 5pm, Friday 23 July
Council will consider submissions at the 14 September 2021 Planning and Consultation Committee, where submitters will also be able to make verbal statements to Council.
To register to speak at the Planning and Consultation Committee meeting click here
Urban Congestion Fund Proposed Transport Works
View the proposed treatments here and click each one to have your say
Main Rd/Cecil St
Main Rd/Luck St
Main Rd/Pryor St
Main Rd/ St Laurence Lane
Main Rd/Arthur St
Main Rd/Panther Place and York St
Existing photo of Main Rd/Panther Place
Eltham Activity Centre 40km/h speed limit
Eltham Central Car Park Upgrade
Existing image of the Eltham Central Oval
Privacy Collection Notice:
Nillumbik Shire Council is inviting submissions for the purpose of facilitating effective community engagement in relation to the Eltham Urban Congestion Fund Project.
The full content of a personal submission including any name/s is a public record and may be made available for public inspection and included in Council business papers. Contact information will be redacted. Names will not be redacted unless anonymity is expressly requested and confidentiality granted to a submission.
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Not providing the mandatory information will mean that your submission cannot be accepted.
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