Keysborough South Local Area Traffic Management Projects
Council takes road safety very seriously and works closely with peak bodies like the TAC, Department of Transport and the RACV to ensure safe travel for all road users.
The installation of Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) measures which include treatments such as; roundabouts, angled slow points, traffic islands, raised safety platforms and speed cushions are often installed to address road safety issues like speeding or poor visibility.
Councils Local Area Traffic Management Program prioritises funding to the locations where the greatest road safety risk is identified.
A number of roads within Keysborough South have been identified as priority locations for works under this program due to:
Council have received concerns from a number of residents within the area relating to these issues.
To improve road safety within the Keysborough area, Council is proposing to install traffic calming treatments within the Keysborough area. These treatments will focus on:
While other streets in the area also experience some road safety issues, the locations addressed by these proposed treatments are where the greatest road safety risks have been identified. This has been informed through traffic surveys and reviews of accident statistics.
Plans and concept designs of the proposed treatments within the Keysborough South area can be viewed below:
Similar treatments to those proposed have been installed elsewhere in the municipality. For recent nearby examples, you can visit Beau Vorno Avenue or Bundeena Avenue in Keysborough.
Council is currently seeking feedback from residents within the Keysborough South area. To have your say please email LATM@cgd.vic.gov.au by 1 October 2019.