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Consultation on the City Road draft Master Plan has now concluded. Project updates are provided below.


Updates

The final City Road Master Plan has been endorsed by Council and will transform City Road to make it a safe and welcoming place for everyone. The master plan proposes a series of capital works projects, with an estimated total implementation cost of $38.5 million over a seven year period.

Over this year and next, detailed design will commence for a number of the individual actions proposed in the master plan. The delivery of these actions will be considered by Council as part of future annual budget and service planning processes.

The final City Road Master Plan was presented to and endorsed by the Future Melbourne Committee on Tuesday, 21 June 2016 at 5.30pm.

For more information on the committee meeting, or to read the final version of the City Road Master Plan, visit the Future Melbourne Committee 21 June 2016 page.

June 22, 2016


The final City Road Master Plan will be presented to the Future Melbourne Committee on Tuesday, 21 June 2016 at 5.30pm, seeking endorsement.

For more information on the committee meeting, or to read the final version of the City Road Master Plan, visit the Future Melbourne Committee 21 June 2016 page.

The Community Engagement Report, summarising the positive feedback received during our community engagement on the City Road draft Master Plan in 2015 is now available. Read the report:

June 17, 2016


We’ve had an excellent response with over 200 submissions shared by the community. Thank you all for this detailed and useful information. Your feedback will be used to inform the final City Road Master Plan.

A summary of your feedback will be posted on this page in early 2016. It is envisaged that the master plan will be finalised by mid-2016. If you have any further questions or require additional information during this time, please email cityroad@melbourne.vic.gov.au.


October 22, 2015


The City of Melbourne is developing a draft master plan that aims to ensure City Road is a safe and welcoming place for everyone.

The draft master plan will be released for community feedback in July-August subject to approval at the July Future Melbourne Committee. During this period you will be able to get involved online through Participate Melbourne and in-person at the Boyd Community Hub.

This will be a great opportunity to tell us your thoughts on our proposed improvements to the road and public spaces, including changes to footpaths, traffic lanes, tree canopy and speed limits.

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June 2, 2015


Work on a draft master plan for City Road is underway, with community feedback and detailed traffic analysis helping to inform its development.

The traffic analysis is expected to finish in early 2015. The data collected will help us better understand how the road currently functions while informing improvement options to be proposed as part of the draft master plan. The analysis is also required if any changes to the road are to be considered by VicRoads, the relevant management authority.

Given the importance of the traffic analysis in helping inform the draft plan, the next phase of community engagement will now take place in mid 2015.

Details will be well-publicised so that as many people as possible can provide feedback before the master plan is finalised later next year.

The City Road Master plan is part of a suite of projects being undertaken in Southbank. It will seek to make City Road an accessible, high quality and welcoming place while still maintaining its function as an important transport link.

If you are interested in finding out about other projects within Southbank, visit the Shape your Southbank Participate Melbourne page.

November 25, 2014


The first phase of community engagement took place from mid-February to mid-March 2014 with many people sharing their current experiences of City Road, both in person at the Boyd Community Hub and via the interactive map below. Read the community engagement report here.

This valuable feedback will help inform the development of a draft City Road Master Plan.

May 20, 2014


Interactive Draft Plan

You can still view the interactive draft master plan and responses above. The entire City Road Draft Master Plan and supporting documents are available in the Document Library.

City Road Draft Master Plan

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Interactive Plan