Yarra Ranges Council is proposing speed limit reductions on nine roads in response to resident concerns about safety.
The editor of Kinglake Ranges News, Ashley Geelan has been working hard in the background over summer.
Victorians are being urged to keep each other safe on our roads this festive season with the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) today launching a pre-Christmas appeal to drivers.
In preparation for what is predicted to be an early start to the fire season, Murrindindi Shire Council begin its Fire Prevention Slashing Program tomorrow, Monday, October 1.
VicRoads will soon install additional permanent signs on Heidelberg-Kinglake Road and surrounding roads advising truck drivers to use alternate routes.
EXCLUSIVE: Articulated truck drivers unfamiliar with Kinglake are using the Global Positioning System (GPS) or GPS apps on mobile phones for the quickest route back to Melbourne from Kinglake and driving down Heidelberg-Kinglake Road (Route C746/46)
To see the Hurstbridge train line upgrades completed the Level Crossing Removal Authority, PTV and Metro are making temporary changes impacting people on foot, using trains and on the road this weekend.
Murrindindi Shire Council maintains more than 1200 kilometres of road across the Shire. Sadly for us all, potholes are a routine and unavoidable feature on these roads.
It never has been in Victoria (and most of Australia) illegal to use a two way radio, including Citizen’s Band (CB), amateur radio and other two-way radio systems whilst driving – in motion – despite media reporting otherwise for over 30 years.
There are 1587 kilometres of road, spanning 678 public and 63 non-public roads, in Murrindindi Shire. 1,217 km of road in the Shire are maintained by Murrindindi Shire Council, while the remaining 370 km are VicRoads (State Government) owned and managed.