LANES on Lower Dandenong Road and the Mornington Peninsula Freeway will temporarily close in the coming weeks to accommodate works on the Mordialloc Freeway.
The eastbound lanes on Lower Dandenong Road between Woodlands Drive and Howard Road will be closed from 7pm, Friday 21 May until 12pm, Sunday 23 May.
The westbound lanes will close from 11pm Friday 21 May until 9am Saturday 22 May, 10pm Saturday 22 May until 12pm Sunday 23 May, 7pm Sunday 23 May until 6am Monday 24 May, and 9pm until 6am each night from 24 May until 28 May.
Work to install new bridge beams will take place while the lanes are closed.
The southbound lanes on the Mornington Peninsula Freeway between Springvale Road and Thames Promenade will be shut each night between 9pm and 5am from Sunday 30 May until Tuesday 1 June.
In April, project crews installed 42 beams for the twin bridges over the Waterways wetlands. 40 beams remain to be installed. New drainage and traffic lights were also constructed, and asphalt was laid on Lower Dandenong Road at Howard Road.
This month, Mordialloc Freeway project crews have planned to install beams for the bridge over Lower Dandenong Road, lay new asphalt on the Mornington Peninsula Freeway entry ramp at Springvale Road, build bridge retaining walls at Governor and Springvale roads, and continue work on the twin bridges over Bowen Parkway. They are scheduled to finish installing the remaining beams for the twin bridges over the Waterways wetlands.
To view upcoming disruptions and detours visit bigbuild.vic.gov.au/disruptions/disruptions-map