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Learners’ Test Goes Live

Aspiring learner drivers from across Victoria are now able to sit their learner’s permit test online for the first time, with the Andrews Labor Government launching the new Learner Permit Test Online.

Keeping Our Kids Safe Around Schools

As Victorian students head back to school, the Andrews Labor Government is making it safer and easier to get to class, with new innovative pedestrian crossing technology and electronic speed signs being rolled out across the suburbs.

Road Improvement Blitz Across South Western Victoria

The Andrews Labor Government is building safer and more reliable roads across south western Victoria, with works getting underway on a $272 million package to improve routes across the region, funded as part of the Victorian Budget 2020/21.

More Tech To Get Melbourne Moving

The Andrews Labor Government is keeping traffic moving across Victoria, with the state's largest ever review of traffic light sequencing now underway to make journeys faster and smoother.

Recycled Plastics Trialled On Hume Freeway

The Andrews Labor Government is paving the way for road maintenance innovation in the north east, trialling locally-processed recycled asphalt on a section of the Hume Freeway at Balmattum, near Euroa.

Members Statements: NIDDRIE ELECTORATE SCHOOLS

The role of the principal of a school in the 21st century is one of the most significant undertaken by any person in our society. Today I want to acknowledge several local principals who have left our local school community in the past 12 months but leave a very proud legacy.

Keeping Valley Lake Community Assets Together

Residents in Melbourne’s north-west will soon enjoy more accessible community spaces, with the Andrews Labor Government transferring the Valley Lake residential development’s former sales office site to Moonee Valley City Council.

A Smoother And Safer College Crescent For Drivers

Vital resurfacing works will be carried out on College Crescent in Parkville over two weeks in January to deliver a smoother and safer journey for drivers. Minister for Roads and Road Safety Ben Carroll said the $2 million maintenance works would resurface and revitalise the..