The Black Spot Program is a road safety program run by the Australian Government to fix dangerous roads by treating road locations where many motor vehicle accidents have occurred.
|2018||Wellington Road from Bancroft Street to Edgar Street at Portland to install splitter islands and associated pavement work, signage, line-marking and raised reflective pavement markers.||$115,000|
|2016||Section of Lee Breakwater Road from Cliff Street to 1.4km northeast of Cliff Street at Portland to install splitter islands and give way signs.||$32,000|
|2016||2.6 km section of Bentinck Street between Hood Street and Wade Street at Portland to install splitter island and give way signage and upgrade line marking.||$20,000|
|2016||1.2 km section of Edgar Street between Madeira Packet Road and Cape Nelson Street at Portland to install splitter islands and give way signs||$16,000|
|2016||Section of Fern Street between Hurd Street and Bentinck Street at Portland to provide a splitter island, kerb ramps and give way signage at Milbank Street and improve delineation on Fern Street, including centreline and edge lines.||$16,000|
Funding Source | Black Spot Program (Roads)
Responsible Entity for the Works | Local Government