Braybrook (south) Local Area Traffic Management Plan

Consultation has concluded. Thank you for your feedback and contribution. 

September 2020: Consultation for the Braybrook (south) Local Traffic Area Management Plan has now concluded. Thank you for all your feedback received. Please click on the link to the right to read and upload the Community Engagement Update and Consultation Summary.


Maribyrnong City Council is undertaking a Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) study in Braybrook (south) to improve traffic management and road safety within the area. Council has engaged HDS, a traffic engineering and transport planning consultancy firm, to assist with the study.

What is an LATM Study?

A LATM study is a process to identify existing traffic and road safety issues and develop recommendations to improve safety, access and amenity, deter through traffic, and encourage walking and cycling. This study will help guide Council’s future transport planning and traffic management infrastructure provisions.

Study Area

The area bounded by Sunshine Road, Ashley Street, Churchill Avenue and Duke Street, as shown in the photo gallery on the right.

The LATM Process

The first step in the LATM process is the identification of traffic and safety issues. This will be undertaken through the collection and analysis of data, together with information received from the community through the survey below and a concurrent letterbox drop of the area.

Community Participation

Community participation is key to identifying the current traffic condition and issues in the local area. Council looks forward to working with the community to address the issues identified through this study. Please complete the questionnaire below before 31 August 2020.

Should you have any queries or require further information in relation to this project please contact Eng Lim, Coordinator Transport.


September 2020: Consultation for the Braybrook (south) Local Traffic Area Management Plan has now concluded. Thank you for all your feedback received. Please click on the link to the right to read and upload the Community Engagement Update and Consultation Summary.


Maribyrnong City Council is undertaking a Local Area Traffic Management (LATM) study in Braybrook (south) to improve traffic management and road safety within the area. Council has engaged HDS, a traffic engineering and transport planning consultancy firm, to assist with the study.

What is an LATM Study?

A LATM study is a process to identify existing traffic and road safety issues and develop recommendations to improve safety, access and amenity, deter through traffic, and encourage walking and cycling. This study will help guide Council’s future transport planning and traffic management infrastructure provisions.

Study Area

The area bounded by Sunshine Road, Ashley Street, Churchill Avenue and Duke Street, as shown in the photo gallery on the right.

The LATM Process

The first step in the LATM process is the identification of traffic and safety issues. This will be undertaken through the collection and analysis of data, together with information received from the community through the survey below and a concurrent letterbox drop of the area.

Community Participation

Community participation is key to identifying the current traffic condition and issues in the local area. Council looks forward to working with the community to address the issues identified through this study. Please complete the questionnaire below before 31 August 2020.

Should you have any queries or require further information in relation to this project please contact Eng Lim, Coordinator Transport.