Melbourne Traffic Congestion

In May 2014, the RACV/Leader Newspaper published the results of their “Redspot” membership survey into the worst traffic congestion areas in Melbourne.  Here they are:

  1. Murrumbeena Rd/Neerim Rd, Murrumbeena
    Melbourne’s busiest and worst railway crossing,
  2. Chandler Highway, between Heidelberg Rd Alphington to Princess St Kew
    Bottleneck
  3. Point Cook Rd via Princes Fwy to Dunnings Rd, Seabrook.
    Congestion
  4. Koornang Rd/Morton Ave, Carnegie
    Busy railway crossing
  5. Burke Rd between Monash Fwy and Malvern Rd, Glen Iris
    Congestion
  6. Forsyth Rd/Old Geelong Rd, Hoppers Crossing
    Congestion at T intersection.
  7. Clayton Rd/Carinish Rd, Clayton
    Another busy railway crossing.
  8. High St/Spring St/Cheddar Rd. Reservoir
    Complex railway crossing.
  9. Lower Heidelberg Rd/Banksia St/Burgundy St/Jika St, Heidelberg
    Congestion
  10. Gap Rd/Horne St, Sunbury
    Busy roundabout

Click here for detailed survery results and comments.

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