Healesville Freeway

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Healesville Freeway
Victoria
General information
Type Freeway  (Proposed)
Length 18 km (11 mi)
Major junctions
West end Springvale Road (State Route 40), Forest Hill, Melbourne
 
  • Boronia Road (State Route 36)
  • EastLink (M3)
  • Wantirna Road (State Route 9)
  • Canterbury Road (State Route 32)
  • Dorset Road (State Route 5)
  • Colchester Road
  • Cambridge Road
East end Mooroolbark Road, Lilydale, Melbourne
Location(s)
Major suburbs / towns Vermont, Wantirna, Bayswater North, Kilsyth, Mooroolbark, Lilydale
Highway system
Highways in Australia
National HighwayFreeways in Australia
Highways in Victoria

The Healesville Freeway is a proposed[1] freeway in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia.

Planned route[edit]

Starting at Springvale Road at the border of Forest Hill and Vermont South, the freeway would head east intersecting EastLink with a full freeway junction, it will then head north east, finally joining Mooroolbark Road and terminating at Maroondah Highway at the border of Mooroolbark and Lilydale, linking up with the proposed Lilydale Bypass.

The freeway was originally designated in the 1969 Melbourne Transportation Plan as part of the F9 Freeway corridor, extending past Springvale Road, joining Riversdale Road and winding through Glen Iris to join the current Citylink Freeway. In 2011, VicRoads deemed the freeway reservation between Springvale Road and Boronia Road to no longer be necessary for road building purposes, and this section is currently being reviewed for future non-road uses.[2]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Library of Australia" http://catalogue.nla.gov.au/Record/3033070 "Healesville Freeway route : summary report of planning investigations, September 1979 / Country Roads Board, Victoria - ISBN 0-7241-3212-0"
  2. ^ http://consult.vicroads.vic.gov.au/hfrconsult