Sunbury South: Local Area Traffic Management Study - Stage 2

Consultation has concluded

Keeping Sunbury South 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 Sunbury South Area bounded by Gap Road, Vineyard Road and the Calder Freeway.

In September 2021, Council sought community input into the LATM via an online mapping tool to identify areas for consideration or improvement. More than 410 responses were received from the community.

This feedback has been reviewed and used to form the basis of a proposed traffic management plan to address the issues raised by the community. In addition to community input, the study has considered:

  • Traffic speeds and volumes
  • Casualty crashes
  • Pedestrian and cycling connectivity
  • Parking issues.

Council is proposing to install traffic treatments as shown on the enclosed Proposed Traffic Management Plan. These proposals are preliminary, and before Council makes any decisions on the treatments, we would like to hear your opinions on what is being proposed.

Local Area Traffic Management Study Process

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

Note: Funding of up to $225,000 has been proposed in the 2023/24 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

To provide feedback, people used one of the options below:

Providing feedback via an online map
Emailing the team
Phoning the team
Mailing the team


Keeping Sunbury South 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 Sunbury South Area bounded by Gap Road, Vineyard Road and the Calder Freeway.

In September 2021, Council sought community input into the LATM via an online mapping tool to identify areas for consideration or improvement. More than 410 responses were received from the community.

This feedback has been reviewed and used to form the basis of a proposed traffic management plan to address the issues raised by the community. In addition to community input, the study has considered:

  • Traffic speeds and volumes
  • Casualty crashes
  • Pedestrian and cycling connectivity
  • Parking issues.

Council is proposing to install traffic treatments as shown on the enclosed Proposed Traffic Management Plan. These proposals are preliminary, and before Council makes any decisions on the treatments, we would like to hear your opinions on what is being proposed.

Local Area Traffic Management Study Process

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

Note: Funding of up to $225,000 has been proposed in the 2023/24 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

To provide feedback, people used one of the options below:

Providing feedback via an online map
Emailing the team
Phoning the team
Mailing the team


Map for feedback - Sunbury South - Stage 2

6 months

The map shows the traffic treatments proposed for areas affected by traffic speeds, traffic volumes, casualty crashes, parking issues, and pedestrian and cycling connectivity. If you would like to provide feedback you can do so by dragging a pin to the location and commenting.

Legend:

Click on the orange dot to see the proposed treatment
(see below for images/examples)

Click on an yellow area to see a proposed treatment area
(see below for images/examples)

Click on a grey dot to see notes.


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 pin and drag it onto the map
  5. Describe the issue or your feedback.

Feedback closes Sunday 5 June.

Proposed treatments: 
Details below, or see brochure


CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded.