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George Woods Car Park and traffic improvements

Project Type
George Woods Car Park and traffic improvements
Project Value
Part of a $2.6 million project
Project Owner
Better Boating Victoria
Estimated Completion Date
Early 2022
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Governor Road traffic improvements

In an effort to reduce congestion and improve safety on Governor Road, there are plans to move the entry point of the George Woods Carpark further away from Chute Street. 

Other improvements planned for Governor Road will include the creation of a dedicated right turning lane, which aims to reduce congestion and assist drivers entering the car park.

This will improve the safety of the intersection by improving visibility and reduce pressure to turn quickly to reduce congestion. 

Carpark works  

The George Woods carpark is in urgent need of asset renewal. Work to redesign this carpark is currently underway 

This work will be undertaken with the aim to: 
  • Slightly increase the size of the carpark, to allow for additional trailer/boat parking bays
  • Reduce overflow parking on side streets
  • Move the vehicle entry away from Chute Street, to reduce traffic congestion
  • Replace any trees which need to be removed, by planting 3 new trees

These works, which will be funded as part of the Victorian Government's $2.6 million commitment to improve boating in Mordialloc, are expected to commence in summer 2021-22.

They are currently in the concept phase and are subject to change.

Feedback on the proposed carpark design to be provided to Better Boating Victoria by the 16 July 2021 at: BBV.Communications@ecodev.vic.gov.au or e-mail the City of Kingston at: Infrastructure.Projects@kingston.vic.gov.au       

 

 

 

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Concept Plans only - may be subject to change 

 


Project Site

George Woods Carpark , Mordialloc 3195 View Map
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Contact Details

Better Boating Victoria
Mordialloc Ramp Upgrades