2019-20 Local Traffic Management Consultations

Consultation has concluded

Council can influence the speed environment through the construction of traffic calming devices such as roundabouts, flat top humps, speed cushions etc. The demand for traffic calming devices in residential streets across Casey exceeds the capacity for Council to fund the works immediately. Council therefore adopted a Local Traffic Management (LTM) program in 2001 to prioritise the installation of traffic calming devices. The program is reviewed on an annual basis and has undergone several refinements in assessment criteria over time.

The LTM Program assesses and prioritises roads on the need for traffic calming measures based on traffic speeds, traffic volumes and casualty accidents, as well as considering factors such as road geometry, and proximity to schools, shops and playgrounds.

A report was presented at the Council meeting on 3 September 2019 which recommended the progression of 5 street based schemes to the design and consultation phase of the Local Traffic Management Program for further investigation into the installation of traffic calming measures.

Council is currently consulting on the following five street based schemes:

  • Viewgrand Drive, Berwick
  • Norfolk Drive, Narre Warren
  • Campbell Drive, Hampton Park
  • Elliot Parade, Lynbrook
  • Beaumont Road, Berwick

Further details can be found in the Council Report which is attached in the document library on the right hand side of this page.

A community information session was held at Bunjil Place, 2 Patrick Northeast Drive, Narre Warren on Tuesday 25 February 2020 from 4.30pm until 6.00pm.

Council can influence the speed environment through the construction of traffic calming devices such as roundabouts, flat top humps, speed cushions etc. The demand for traffic calming devices in residential streets across Casey exceeds the capacity for Council to fund the works immediately. Council therefore adopted a Local Traffic Management (LTM) program in 2001 to prioritise the installation of traffic calming devices. The program is reviewed on an annual basis and has undergone several refinements in assessment criteria over time.

The LTM Program assesses and prioritises roads on the need for traffic calming measures based on traffic speeds, traffic volumes and casualty accidents, as well as considering factors such as road geometry, and proximity to schools, shops and playgrounds.

A report was presented at the Council meeting on 3 September 2019 which recommended the progression of 5 street based schemes to the design and consultation phase of the Local Traffic Management Program for further investigation into the installation of traffic calming measures.

Council is currently consulting on the following five street based schemes:

  • Viewgrand Drive, Berwick
  • Norfolk Drive, Narre Warren
  • Campbell Drive, Hampton Park
  • Elliot Parade, Lynbrook
  • Beaumont Road, Berwick

Further details can be found in the Council Report which is attached in the document library on the right hand side of this page.

A community information session was held at Bunjil Place, 2 Patrick Northeast Drive, Narre Warren on Tuesday 25 February 2020 from 4.30pm until 6.00pm.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded. Please contact the Traffic & Drainage Operations team on 9705 5200 or via Traffic@casey.vic.gov.au to discuss this matter further.

    Community Consultation closed at 5.00 pm on 6 March 2020.



    Community Consultation closed at 5.00 pm on 6 March 2020.



    Consultation has concluded