Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing – changed traffic conditions
Temporary travel changes will be in place along Old Geelong Road, Princes Highway and Heaths Road, Hoppers Crossing until December.
- One eastbound lane on Princes Highway will be closed between Old Geelong Road and Princes Freeway from 7am Friday 10 September to mid December. Two way traffic will be maintained.
- One lane closed eastbound and westbound on Old Geelong Road between Heaths Road (roundabout) and Nevada Court, from 7am Saturday 18 September to late October. Traffic reduced to one lane in both directions.
- Princes Highway will be closed both ways between Princes Freeway and Old Geelong Road overnight from 9pm to 5am on Saturday 2 October and Sunday 3 October. Detour via Princes Freeway, Sneydes Road and Hoppers Lane, or Old Geelong Road and Forsyth Road.
Access to businesses will be maintained at all times.
Reduced speeds will be in place in the area. Please allow extra time and follow directions from traffic management.
Temporary access changes
Car park entry and exit to 76 Old Geelong Road will be closed until 7am Saturday 18 September. Business and shopping access via 74 Old Geelong Road 50m to the west. When it reopens on Saturday 18 September this access will be entry only, with exit temporarily via 64 Old Geelong Road 150m to the west.
Car park entry and exit to 74 Old Geelong Road closed from 7am Saturday 18 September to late October with entry via 76 Old Geelong Road 50m east, or entry and exit via 64 Old Geelong Road 150m to the west.
Car space closures
Up to 5 car spaces will be temporarily closed in the car park in front of 76 Old Geelong Road until late November.
Hoppers Crossing Station car park closed and temporary commuter car park open until mid 2022.
These changes are in addition to the footpath closure in front of 78 Old Geelong Road until late December.
During these works, we’ll widen Old Geelong Road, Heaths Road and Princes Highway to allow motorists to turn on and off the new road bridge and accommodate traffic changes in the area.