Delivering for Corangamite

Building Safer Roads

In such a large regional electorate, building safer roads is a key priority of the Morrison Government. Key road projects funded in whole or part by our Government include:

MAJOR ROADS

  • Duplication of Princes Highway between Winchelsea and Colac: $181.5m
  • Safety upgrade of Great Ocean Road: $50m
  • Upgrade Hamilton Highway between Geelong and Inverleigh: $5m
  • Safety upgrade of Apollo Bay to Forrest Rd: $5m

KEY LOCAL ROADS

  • Upgrade of Murradoc Rd St Leonards: $5m
  • New roundabout and safer intersection at entrance to Bannockburn: $3.2m
  • Upgrade of Cape Otway Rd/Lorne-Winchelsea Rd intersection: $6m
  • Grubb Road Ocean Grove: $5m

LOCAL ROADS AND BRIDGES

The Morrison Government is also upgrading local roads and bridges by providing the following vital funding:

  • Roads to Recovery Program: direct funding to local councils for local road upgrades
  • Bridges Renewal Program: upgraded bridges for Wye River, Moggs Creek and Teesdale
  • Road Safety Innovation Fund
  • Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Program
  • Blackspot funding program: including for Cape Otway Rd Moriac, Blackgate Rd Torquay, Meredith Stieglitz Rd, Swan Bay Rd Mannerim, Forest Rd Anglesea
Media Releases

$6.3 million funding boost for bridges and heavy vehicle roads

JMR WITH INFRASTRUCTURE MINISTER McCORMACK & ROAD SAFETY A/MINISTER SCOTT BUCHHOLZ Sixteen projects across the Ballarat, Bendigo, Corangamite and Gorton electorates will receive a share of more than $290 million in Australian Government funding under Round 5 of the Bridges Renewal Program (BRP) and Round 7 of the Heavy Vehicle

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Media Releases

Morrison Government supporting vital projects across Golden Plains

I am delighted that Golden Plains Shire has resolved to allocate the $1,333,655 it received from the Morrison Government under the Local Roads and Community Infrastructure to a number of important local projects. This vital funding will improve road safety and community infrastructure across the Shire and will provide a

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