Somerton Industrial Area Traffic Study

As part of Hume City Council’s ongoing commitment to Local Area Traffic Management (LATM), Council is undertaking a study of traffic issues within the Somerton Industrial area bounded by the Craigieburn Railway Line, Glenelg Street, the Upfield Railway Line, Barry Road, the Merri Creek and Craigieburn Road East.

Note: Within this study area, there are a number of roads which are not controlled by Hume City Council and are outside of scope for this project. For more information about the roads out of scope, please visit the online map

Click on the map below to access the Interactive Mapping Tool.  The map includes information such as traffic speed data and recorded crashes.You can also see issues and comments from others.

  Somerton study area   

We are seeking feedback from residents, business owners, employees and contractors on traffic issues within the study area that you would like us to investigate.

Some examples of the types of feedback you may want to provide could be related to: 

Traffic

    

Pedestrians and Cycling

    

Parking

♦ Speeding issues   ♦ Access and connectivity   ♦ Parking restrictions
♦ Safety issues   ♦ Cycling lanes/paths   ♦ Parking congestion 
♦ Congestion issues       ♦ Footpaths and shared paths       ♦ Safety issues 

 

Have Your Say:

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Use the Interactive Mapping Tool to tell us the issue and show us where it is.
The map includes information such as traffic counts and recorded crashes.You can also see issues and comments from others.

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Drop in session - Tuesday 3 December 2019 - anytime between 10am and 2pm
La Mirage Reception and Convention Centre, Sunrise Room Foyer
210 Hume Highway, Somerton

Consultation will close on Monday 23 December 2019. 

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    For further information please contact Joseph Ianni, 9356 6786
or SomertonLATM@hume.vic.gov.au 

 

 

Online Discussions


Updated : 10:08 AM, 7 November 2019

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Key Dates
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November 2019

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Tuesday 3 December 2019
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Monday 23 December 2019
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Review issues and develop draft LATM plan

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Community feedback on draft LATM plan

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Commence implementation
2020/21