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.
|2022||Atkins and Mathison's Road, Wurdiboluc, to reduce the speed limit, install safety barriers at high-risk locations and remove roadside hazards. Upgrade line marking, narrow lanes and widen shoulders and improve delineation||$488,000|
|2022||Cape Otway Road to install safety barriers at high-risk locations, upgrade delineation and reduce the speed limit from 100 km/h to 80km/h||$263,000|
|2018||Forest Road from Gums Flats Road to Nortons Road at Anglesea to widen shoulder seal at curves. install guardrail with rub rail, chevron alignment markers, warning and speed advisory signs||$500,500|
|2018||William Street from Otway Street to Smith Street at Lorne to apply skid resistance overlay (Otway and Smith Streets), install truck warning/advisory signs, line marking, and Raised Reflective Pavement Markers (RRPMs)||$129,900|
Funding Source | Black Spot Program (Roads)
Responsible Entity for the Works | Local Government