We’re continuing to upgrade Yan Yean Road to get you home safer and sooner. Stage 2 of the Yan Yean Road Upgrade will continue upgrading Yan Yean Road from Kurrak Road, Yarrambat to Bridge Inn Road, Doreen.
The project will add an extra lane in each direction between Kurrak Road and Bridge Inn Road. We’ll also:
- install traffic lights to replace the roundabouts at Orchard Road as well as Bridge Inn Road
- install new traffic lights at North Oatlands Road and Bannons Lane
- install new roundabouts at Youngs Road and Heard Avenue
- upgrade the intersection at Ironbark Road and Jorgensen Avenue
- build a new walking and cycling path along the full length of the road
- add a centre median and kerb side safety barriers along the road.
We've developed new road designs options at Bridge Inn Road and Jorgensen Avenue and updated designs along the whole of Yan Yean Road.
We want to understand what you love about Yarrambat and Doreen, so we can make sure the unique look and feel of the area is front of mind while we develop a landscaping strategy for the project.
Share what makes the local area special to you and your thoughts on the road design options on our feedback survey.
We’re looking for individuals with strong ties to the local area to represent their community in a Community Reference Group (CRG). The CRG will work directly with the Major Road Projects Victoria (MRPV) project team throughout the design development and Environment Effects Statement (EES) process for Stage 2 of the Yan Yean Road Upgrade.
To find out more, visit the Community Reference Group page on the MRPV website.
To submit your application, complete our nomination form.
Have your say
In early 2018, we shared the initial design for the upgrade and sought your feedback. As a direct result, we’ve developed new design options for the project. We want to know what you think about:
- the new design options at the Bridge Inn Road intersection
- the new design options at the Jorgensen Avenue intersection
- the new roundabout at Youngs Road
- the area between Laurie Street and Bannons Lane
- landscaping and streetscaping considerations
Both the interactive maps and the feedback form below are your chance to share your thoughts on what you like and what you think needs to change about the current design options.
Consultation will close on 24 May 2020
This will not be the
last opportunity to provide feedback on the designs. The EES will go on
public exhibition in August 2020. You’ll have another chance
to give feedback and make submissions directly to the Department of
Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) during the exhibition.
DELWP is managing the EES process for the project.
Environment Effects Statement (EES)
The Yan Yean Road Upgrade – Stage 2 is currently going through an Environment Effects Statement (EES) due to the significant effect the upgrade could potentially have on biodiversity in the area.
The EES process looks at the possible environmental, social, cultural and economic impacts of a project. It also sets out how they will be managed during the construction of the project.
Find out more about the EES process on the MRPV website.
Bridge Inn Road design options showcase
Interactive road maps
Bridge Inn Road map
Jorgensen Avenue map
Yan Yean Road map
Have your say
Major Road Projects Victoria collects your personal information through this form for the purposes of obtaining your feedback on the local area and current road design options for the Yan Yean Road Upgrade – Stage 2.
Your personal information may be provided to other projects and agencies including the Major Transport Infrastructure Authority (MTIA), the Department of Transport (DoT) and the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) . Your personal information may also be provided to MRPV’s construction contractors in order to assist with carrying out the project. Information that is shared with construction partners is done so on a secure basis and subject to strict confidentiality and privacy obligations. Use of the information by MRPV’s construction contractors is also restricted to the purpose for which it was provided.
You are not required to provide any personal information in order to complete the feedback survey. Providing personal information is optional. Where you choose to provide personal information, MRPV may use it to provide you consolidated feedback on the submissions we receive, seek clarification on your submission or follow up with you where you have indicated you wish to be involved or updated on future MRPV work. If you choose to provide personal information, we ask that you do not include this information anywhere other than the designated fields on this form.
If you choose to make your submission online, we may be able to identify you from your email or IP address. If you prefer to remain anonymous, you can post your submission to MRPV at GPO Box 4509 Melbourne VIC 3001 via the attached form. Please label submissions ‘Yan Yean Road Upgrade – Stage 2’.
MRPV will not disclose your personal information without your consent, except to the extent outlined above or where required to do so by law. You may contact MRPV to request access to any personal information you have provided to us by emailing email@example.com.