Earlier this year, City of Melbourne asked the community in Southbank to identify pedestrian and road safety issues they have experienced in the neighbourhood and possible improvements that could be made to improve safety. The consultation took place online through Participate Melbourne, and a total of 1160 comments were received from community members.

We used these community comments alongside historical community feedback, crash stats, and vehicle speed and volume data to come up with a list of proposed pedestrian improvement projects for the neighbourhood.

The City of Melbourne Transport Engineering team is now inviting community members to attend an information session where they will outline the proposed pedestrian improvement projects to be delivered in Southbank. Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions and provide comments about the proposed projects and broader pedestrian safety issues in Southbank.

Each of these information session will be co-hosted with a residents association – Southbank Residents Association (SRA) and Southbank3006.

Information session dates and times

  • Tuesday October 24, 6:00 - 7.30pm (co-hosted with Southbank3006)
  • Wednesday November 1, 7:00 - 8.30pm (co-hosted with Southbank Residents Association)


Boyd Community Hub, 207 City Rd, Southbank VIC 3006.


Light refreshment will be provided.

How to register

Fill in the registration form at least 24 hours prior to your preferred information session.