Craigieburn Town Centre LATM: stage 1

Consultation has concluded

Keeping Craigieburn Town Centre on the move

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 Craigieburn Town Centre Area bounded by Craigieburn Road, Aitken Boulevard, Mt Ridley Road, and Mickleham Road.

We are seeking your feedback on traffic issues within the study area that you would like Council to further investigate. The preferred way for you to respond is by using the online interactive mapping tool. Online you can read the comments made by community members and add to the community discussion.

The type of feedback could have been related to:

TrafficPedestrians & CyclingParking
Speeding issuesAccess and connectivityParking restrictions
Safety issuesCycling lanes/pathsParking congestion
Congestion issuesFootpaths and shared pathsSafety issues



Not within the scope of the study

  • Mickleham Road and Craigieburn Road are under the authority of Department of Transport (DoT). Any issue regarding these roads will be passed onto DoT for investigation
  • Public transport infrastructure and services are under Department of Transport authority.
  • New development areas east of Mickleham Road

Local Area Traffic Management study process

  1. Seek community feedback on traffic issues within the area
  2. Investigate and develop a draft plan to address the issues (now)
  3. Share the draft plan with the local community for feedback

Note: Funding of up to $233,000 has been proposed in the 2024/2025 Council budget to commence implementation of actions. Projects that are beyond the scope of this initial funding will be considered for future funding under Council’s Capital Works Program.

How to participate

People could give feedback on traffic, pedestrian, cycling and parking issues by Monday 12 September:

drop a pin on an online map
Email: the Traffic Team
Phone: Traffic Team 9356 6786
Post: Hume City Council, PO Box 119, Dallas Vic 3047

Keeping Craigieburn Town Centre on the move

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 Craigieburn Town Centre Area bounded by Craigieburn Road, Aitken Boulevard, Mt Ridley Road, and Mickleham Road.

We are seeking your feedback on traffic issues within the study area that you would like Council to further investigate. The preferred way for you to respond is by using the online interactive mapping tool. Online you can read the comments made by community members and add to the community discussion.

The type of feedback could have been related to:

TrafficPedestrians & CyclingParking
Speeding issuesAccess and connectivityParking restrictions
Safety issuesCycling lanes/pathsParking congestion
Congestion issuesFootpaths and shared pathsSafety issues



Not within the scope of the study

  • Mickleham Road and Craigieburn Road are under the authority of Department of Transport (DoT). Any issue regarding these roads will be passed onto DoT for investigation
  • Public transport infrastructure and services are under Department of Transport authority.
  • New development areas east of Mickleham Road

Local Area Traffic Management study process

  1. Seek community feedback on traffic issues within the area
  2. Investigate and develop a draft plan to address the issues (now)
  3. Share the draft plan with the local community for feedback

Note: Funding of up to $233,000 has been proposed in the 2024/2025 Council budget to commence implementation of actions. Projects that are beyond the scope of this initial funding will be considered for future funding under Council’s Capital Works Program.

How to participate

People could give feedback on traffic, pedestrian, cycling and parking issues by Monday 12 September:

drop a pin on an online map
Email: the Traffic Team
Phone: Traffic Team 9356 6786
Post: Hume City Council, PO Box 119, Dallas Vic 3047

Craigieburn Town Centre map

3 months

How to participate:

  1. Click on the map or the 'go to map' button
  2. Zoom in to the section of the map where you want to leave a comment
  3. Click on the image of plus sign sign on the panel on to the left
  4. Select the appropriate pin and drag it onto the map
  5. Describe the issue

Feedback closes Monday 12 September 2022

LEGEND:

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.