- Trucks will no longer be allowed on Somerville Road during school crossing times, 8-9.30am and 2.30-4pm Monday to Friday (applies on school days only).
- Advisory signs are being installed at all the approaches to Somerville Rd (i.e. Whitehall, Williamstown and Geelong Rd) informing drivers of the curfew.
- Regulatory signs have been installed on Somerville Rd – these will flash a ‘no trucks’ symbol when ANY curfew is in effect (not just school hours). These are battery powered initially but will be hardwired in the coming months.
- Trucks will no longer be allowed on Moore Street between 8pm and 6am weeknights and from 1pm Saturday to 6am Monday.
- Static signs are in place (but currently covered) advising trucks of curfew times.
- The Moore Street curfew comes with an exemption zone for transport operators in Tottenham/Brooklyn. VicRoads believe that the exemption zone will still see a reduction of 45% and will confirm this with a traffic survey in March.
Advance warning (non-regulatory) signs have been installed on the M1, Geelong Rd, Dynon Rd, Footscray Rd and Ballarat Rd, essentially discouraging trucks from exiting the freeway and coming through residential streets at all. They state “New Truck Curfews. No access through Footscray/Yarraville”.
More information in the following VicRoads posters: