Council is responsible for the management of almost 1,357 kilometres of local roads within Hume. We work continually with the community and the Victorian Government to help improve the safety of all road users.

Hume City Council is responsible for the management of almost 1,357km of local roads within Hume. We work continually with the Victorian Government and the community to help improve the safety of all road users. We do this through a combination of community consultation and education on traffic management works including roundabouts, traffic signals and line marking.

Council has an extensive reseal, resheet and reconstruction program for local roads, based on a Pavement Management System, which will ensure the long-term viability of road assets in Hume City.

Hume City Council Roads Register(PDF, 4MB)

Report road maintenance issues

If you see issues of road maintenance including pot holes, cracked or sunken roads, damaged kerbs and footpaths or dumped vehicles please use the report an issue online form to let us know.


VicRoads is responsible for the management of all freeways, State highways, tourist roads and forest roads. For information on these roads, contact VicRoads on 131 171 or visit the VicRoads website at

Council will continue to advocate to the Victorian and Federal Governments for increased funding for road and traffic improvement projects under programs such as the State-wide Black Spot funding, Better Roads Victoria program and the Road to Recovery program.

What roads are controlled by VicRoads?

Main roads and freeways are controlled by VicRoads including:

  • Barry Road (Pascoe Vale Road to Hume Highway)
  • Broadmeadows Road Deviation (Mickleham Road to Johnstone Street)
  • Camp Road (Johnstone Street to Hume Highway)
  • Cooper Street (Merri Creek to Hume Highway)
  • Craigieburn Road (Mickleham Road to Merri Creek)
  • Dimboola Road (Pascoe Vale Road to Pearcedale Parade)
  • Donnybrook Road (Mickleham Road to Merri Creek)
  • Gap Road (Horne Street to Calder Highway)
  • Horne Street (Riddell Road to Mitchells Lane)
  • Johnstone Street (Broadmeadows Road Deviation to Camp Road)
  • Mahoneys Road (Hume Highway to Merri Creek)
  • Melbourne-Lancefield Road (Sunbury Road to Konagaderra Road)
  • Melrose Drive (Western Ring Road to Mickleham Road)
  • Mickleham Road (Melrose Drive to Donnybrook Road)
  • Oaklands Road (Sunbury Road to Somerton Road)
  • Pascoe Vale Road (Western Ring Road to Somerton Road)
  • Pearcedale Parade (Camp Road to Dimboola Road)
  • Riddell Road (Horne Street to Jackson Creek)
  • Sharps Road (Keilor Park Drive to Western Ring Road)
  • Somerton Road (Hume Highway to Oaklands Road)
  • Sunbury Road (Oaklands Road to Horne Street)
  • Vineyard Road (Mitchells Lane to Calder Freeway)
  • Potter Street (Craigieburn Road East to Sydney Road Access)
  • Sunbury Road (Tullamarine Freeway to Macedon Street)
  • Macedon Street (Sunbury Road to Horne Street)
  • Keilor Park Drive (Lambeck Drive to Sharps Road)
  • Bulla Road (Wildwood Road to Bulla-Diggers Rest Road)
  • Mundy Road (Calder Freeway to Dalrymple Road)

To report hazardous or dangerous road conditions to VicRoads (24 hours) call 131 170.

Council places a high priority on ensuring that the community is provided with a safe and efficient road network for use by all members of the public.

The Hume Road Management Plan has been developed in accordance with the Road Management Act 2004. It defines which public roads will be maintained and sets the standards and levels of service for the management and maintenance of assets within the road reserve, subject to the available Council funds.

The Plan is a key component of the asset management framework established by the Hume City Council's Asset Management Strategy. For further information about the Hume Road Management Plan contact us.

For further information download the Hume Road Management Plan from Council's Strategies page and visit the Victorian Legislation website to view the Road Management Act 2004.

To report an unsafe or damaged footpath contact us on 9205 2200 or report an issue online.

Council supports and delivers a number of road safety programs to improve driver’s skills and behaviour.

TAC L2P Program

The TAC L2P Program assists learners between 16 and 21 years of age, who do not have access to a supervising driver or vehicle, to gain the driving experience required to apply for a probationary licence.

The TAC L2P program is currently looking for new volunteer mentor drivers to assist young people to gain their licence. Mentors receive training before being matched with a young learner driver facing significant barriers to gaining the required 120 hours on the road experience. Learner drivers participate in up to seven professional lessons before getting in one of the three available four-star ANCAP safety-rated vehicles with their volunteer mentor driver.

Becoming a mentor gives you the ability to assist a young person become a good driver and gain their licence, increase road safety in Hume, participate in a range of free training sessions and meet new people in the process. Please contact the L2P Coordinators on 9309 7533 or email for more information or to register as a mentor.


The Fit2Drive workshop is a half-day session conducted in schools with all students at Year 11 level, supporting them to make good decisions when faced with risky driving situations, both as passengers, and in future driving practice.

The Fit2Drive workshop is free for all secondary schools across Hume City. To book in your Fit2Drive session please call 9205 2200. 

Hoon Hotline: 1800 333 000

Council and Victoria Police work closely to investigate and respond to dangerous and illegal driving on our roads.

We also encourage Hume residents to phone the Crimestoppers Hoon Hotline on 1800 333 000 if you see any hoon driving. This toll-free number is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and you will not need to give their name.

You can also visit to lodge the details of the hoon driving you have witnessed.

Driver Safety

VicRoads provides a range of initiatives for drivers as well as tips and resources to help make you a safer driver. The information can be found on the VicRoads website.