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Camerons Lane Interchange

Camerons Lane Interchange will provide direct access to the Hume Freeway, unlocking a new chapter of growth for Melbourne’s North, unlocking more than 30,000 homes and providing access to jobs and services.

What is needed to make this a reality?

Camerons Lane Interchange on the Hume Freeway has received strong support from the Federal Government and Council is seeking the support and commitment of the State Government to urgently deliver this vital piece of infrastructure.

Once constructed, this interchange will help service a region which has the potential to deliver $80 billion to the Australian economy.

What is Camerons Lane Interchange?

Camerons Lane Interchange is a full diamond interchange on the Hume Freeway that will enable drivers to enjoy a safer, more reliable journey with easier access to the Hume Freeway, Melbourne and the rest of the Victoria.

Who will benefit from the Interchange and why?

Camerons Lane Interchange on the Hume Freeway at Beveridge sits at the heart of one of Melbourne’s fastest-growing corridors.

Beveridge is projected to grow from a current population of 6,000 people to almost 80,000 within just 20 years.

Despite this rapid population growth, Beveridge is currently only accessible from the Hume Freeway by a single underpass interchange.

The capacity of the current single underpass interchange is nearing capacity, stifling planned residential development, and ultimately preventing the total development of the Beveridge Intermodal Freight Terminal (BIFT).

Action must be taken now to support the growth of this community, enabling continued residential, commercial, and industrial development and investment in the area.

Why is it a State Election priority?

Investment now to construct Camerons Lane Interchange would transform Melbourne’s north.

Without Camerons Lane Interchange, further residential development and economic investment in Beveridge cannot occur. It will connect future communities and support development.

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This page was last updated on 28 September 2022.