Haymarket roundabout is a roundabout located at the intersection of Elizabeth Street, Flemington Road and Peel Street near the northwest border of the Melbourne CBD in Australia. It is also the location of two tram stops.
The roundabout is also informally known as the roundabout of death due to the high number of serious traffic incidents. Between 2000 and May 2011 there were 78 crashes recorded at the roundabout, including 14 with serious injuries.In May 2011, upgrades were announced to improve safety for tram users, motorists and cyclists. These included the installation of traffic lights, pedestrian crossings and line markings.
|Location||Elizabeth and Peel Streets, Melbourne
|Operated by||Yarra Trams|
|Platforms||4 (2 side each on Elizabeth and Peel Streets)|
|Tracks||4 (2 each on Elizabeth and Peel Streets)|
|Connections||Bus route 505|
|Structure type||At grade|
|Disabled access||Yes on Elizabeth Street, no on Peel Street|
The Haymarket tram stops refer to two tram stops located next to the Haymarket roundabout, one on Elizabeth Street southeast of the roundabout, and one on Peel Street south of the roundabout.
|19[a]||Coburg North||Parkville – Brunswick||Elizabeth Street|
|19||Flinders Street railway station, City||Elizabeth Street|
|58||Pascoe Vale South||Parkville – Brunswick West||Peel Street|
|58||Toorak||City – Southbank – South Yarra||Peel Street|
|59||Airport West||Parkville – Travancore – Moonee Ponds – Essendon||Elizabeth Street|
|59||Flinders Street railway station, City||Elizabeth Street|
- Mulder, Terry (31 May 2011). "$2.3m safety upgrade for ‘dangerous’ Haymarket roundabout". Office of the Premier of Victoria. Retrieved 22 July 2014.[dead link] (forked copy at )
- "Haymarket Roundabout now $2.43m safer". Liberal Party of Australia (Victoria). 23 August 2011. Retrieved 22 July 2014.[dead link]
- Inner: Flemington Road - Bicycle Network[dead link]
- "Haymarket Roundabout safety & tram improvements, North Melbourne". VicRoads. Archived from the original on 18 November 2013. Retrieved 30 October 2012.
- "Night Tram". Public Transport Victoria. Retrieved 23 December 2015.
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