State Road Improvements

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Casey faces numerous transport challenges, including the need to ensure that arterial roads, the responsibility of the Victorian Government through VicRoads, keep pace with the municipality's burgeoning population, which continues to grow by nearly 180 people each week.

We want to hear from you about road improvements you think need to be made in Casey.

As Victoria's largest municipality (250,000+) and one of the fastest-growing, the City of Casey believes that major road duplications and intersection upgrades are essential to the safety and sustainability of Casey's road network.

In 2010, the City of Casey welcomed the announcement

Casey faces numerous transport challenges, including the need to ensure that arterial roads, the responsibility of the Victorian Government through VicRoads, keep pace with the municipality's burgeoning population, which continues to grow by nearly 180 people each week.

We want to hear from you about road improvements you think need to be made in Casey.

As Victoria's largest municipality (250,000+) and one of the fastest-growing, the City of Casey believes that major road duplications and intersection upgrades are essential to the safety and sustainability of Casey's road network.

In 2010, the City of Casey welcomed the announcement of improvements to Clyde Road (from High Street to Kangan Road) in Berwick and Hallam Road (from Pound Road to Ormond Road) in Hampton Park.

But more is needed! Casey's country-style main road network remains inadequate to service the municipality's city-sized population.

Council will continue to advocate for improvements to critical sections of the state road system to reduce congestion and improve the safety of Casey residents.


Casey faces numerous transport challenges, including the need to ensure that arterial roads, the responsibility of the Victorian Government through VicRoads, keep pace with the municipality's burgeoning population, which continues to grow by nearly 180 people each week.

We want to hear from you about your transport challenges in Casey.

As Victoria's largest municipality (250,000+) and one of the fastest-growing, the City of Casey believes that major road duplications and intersection upgrades are essential to the safety and sustainability of Casey's road network.

In 2010, the City of Casey welcomed the announcement of improvements to Clyde Road (from High Street to Kangan Road) in Berwick and Hallam Road (from Pound Road to Ormond Road) in Hampton Park.

But more is needed! Casey's country-style main road network remains inadequate to service the municipality's city-sized population.

Council will continue to advocate for improvements to critical sections of the state road system to reduce congestion and improve the safety of Casey residents.

The upgrade of two sections of Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road, the City's severely congested north–south metropolitan link, are at the top of Council's state road improvement list and require urgent attention.

Casey's top two state road upgrade priorities are:

  • Narre Warren Cranbourne Road (Pound Road to Thompsons Road)
  • Hallam Road (Princes Highway to Pound Road)

Urgent upgrades are also required at a number of intersections. The top two state road intersection upgrade priorities are:

  • South Gippsland Highway / Hallam Road / Evans Road
  • Thompsons Road / Western Port Highway

The City of Casey is also seeking a commitment of funding for the delivery of a road underpass at the railway line at Aylmer Road in Lynbrook.

A full list of Council's state road priorities can be found at: www.casey.vic.gov.au/transportinfrastructurecampaign.

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