Works to provide safer and more connected cycling corridors are being delivered at various locations in the Hume Region by Regional Roads Victoria under the joint-funded Victorian and Australian Government Road Safety Program designed to reduce road trauma and save lives.
The projects aim to provide a safer and more connected journey for cyclists in Wodonga with safety improvements on Pearce St and Elgin Boulevard.
Separated bike lanes reduce the risk of collisions between vehicles and cyclists, providing riders with more room to travel safely and reducing congestion by creating a better flow of traffic.
The works include painted buffer zones, line marking, on-road symbols, bollards and rumble strips to help guide drivers and cyclists as they travel along Pearce St and Elgin Boulevard and through improved intersections.
Intersections will be highlighted with green surface treatments to alert drivers to cyclists and painted kerb outstands and bollards at each corner will help to make intersections safer for cyclists.
Regional Roads Victoria is seeking feedback on the plans for Safer Cycling Corridor improvements. Send your submissions, comments or questions to email@example.com.