Local area traffic management study

What is a Local Area Traffic Management Study?

A LATM study is a process to identify existing traffic and road safety issues through investigation of residents’ concerns and develop recommendations to improve safety, deter through traffic, and encourage walking and cycling to make your area safer and improve residential amenity.

Community Consultation and Public Participation

Community participation is essential in identifying existing traffic issues in the local area.  If you have any concerns relating to traffic, road safety, pedestrian or cyclist issues, you are strongly encouraged to complete the questionnaire in the Related Links. You are also invited to a community meeting for your precinct, please see details under each precinct heading.

Your input will greatly assist Council in identifying the key traffic issues so that an effective traffic management scheme can be developed.

Seaford Precinct

Consultation closes Friday 2 November 2018

As part of Frankston City Council’s Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) Strategy to improve traffic management and road safety within the municipality, the Engineering Services department has engaged O’Brien Traffic, a Traffic Engineering consultancy to undertake the Seaford Precinct LATM Study.

The Seaford Precinct is bounded by Eel Race Road to the north, Frankston Freeway and Mornington Peninsula Freeway to the east, Seaford Road to the south and Nepean Highway to the west as shown in the diagram below. The precinct contains approximately 3000 households.

Seaford Community Meeting

Wednesday 14th November
Talbot Hall (Senior Citizen Centre)
6 Broughton Street, Seaford
6:30pm - 8.30pm

At the meeting you will have the opportunity to provide your input on local street issues and suggestions for improvements. Ward Councillors may also be in attendance.

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Fairway Precinct (Frankston)

Consultation closes Friday 26 November 2018

As part of Frankston City Council’s Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) Strategy to improve traffic management and road safety within the municipality, the Engineering Services department has engaged HDS Australia, a Traffic Engineering consultancy to undertake the Fairway Precinct LATM Study.

The Fairway Precinct is bounded by Frankston Freeway to the north and east, Beach Street to the south and Dandenong Road West to the west as shown in the diagram below. The precinct contains approximately 1600 households.

Frankston Community Meeting 

Tuesday 13th November
Mechanics Hall
1A Plowman Place, Frankston
6:30pm - 8.30pm

At the meeting you will have the opportunity to provide your input on local street issues and suggestions for improvements. Ward Councillors may also be in attendance.

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Sweetwater Precinct (Frankston South)

Consultation closes Friday 26 November 2018

As part of Frankston City Council’s Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) Strategy to improve traffic management and road safety within the municipality, the Engineering Services department has engaged HDS Australia, a Traffic Engineering consultancy to undertake the Sweetwater Precinct LATM Study.

The Sweetwater Precinct is bounded by Davey Street to the north, Kars Street and Baden Powell Drive to the east, Humphries Road and Gulls Way to the south, and Nepean Highway and Port Phillip Bay to the west as shown in the diagram below. The precinct contains approximately 2300 households.

Frankston South Community Meeting 

Thursday 15th November
Mechanics Hall
1A Plowman Place, Frankston
6:30pm - 8.30pm

At the meeting you will have the opportunity to provide your input on local street issues and suggestions for improvements. Ward Councillors may also be in attendance.

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Further Information

Should you have any queries or require further information, please contact:

Isuru Thilakaratne
Strategic Infrastructure Engineer
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street, Frankston 3199

P. 1300 322 322
E. info@frankston.vic.gov.au

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