The East West Link is an 18 kilometre cross-city road connection extending across Melbourne from the Eastern Freeway to the Western Ring Road.
Peninsula Link is a 27 kilometre freeway from Carrum Downs to Mt Martha. It connects three major freeways and is transforming the way people travel around Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula.
View the latest maps for the East West Link reference design and Peninsula Link trail.
Linking Melbourne Authority is a special purpose statutory authority, responsible for managing complex road projects on behalf of the Government and the wider community.
Linking Melbourne Authority today welcomed the Minister for Planning's approval of the eastern section of the East West Link, including the port connection.
Two consortia have been shortlisted to continue to the final stage of bidding to deliver the eastern section of the East West Link.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Premier Denis Napthine today announced that the Commonwealth Government will contribute $1.5 billion towards the completion of the western section (stage two) of the East West Link.
The East West Link project took another exciting step forward today, with final proposals received from the three shortlisted consortia vying to build the city-shaping tunnel.
Two significant planning milestones were reached this week as part development of the East West Link project.
During the formal planning process for the East West Link, we talk a lot of about Performance Requirements – but what do these actually mean?
Simply put, performance requirements will mean that the contractors who build the East West Link have clear rules in place that they have to follow, which specify what we want as an end result.
Linking Melbourne Authority carried out geotechnical drilling throughout January and February 2014 as part of planning investigations for East West Link Stage One.
You may have read the Herald Sun article this morning with regards to relocating people during construction for the East West Link.
Over 30 independent experts have reviewed community submissions and plans for the East West Link project, with detailed reports published today to assist the project’s Assessment Committee ahead of the March public hearing.
The assessment process for the East West Link project is progressing towards the public hearing in March, with Linking Melbourne Authority yesterday providing a detailed report to the East West Link Assessment Committee.
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