Arterial Road

An Arterial Road is a road that predominantly carries through traffic from one region to another, forming principal avenues of travel for traffic movements.

Plenty Road in Melbourne (above) is an example of an arterial road.


The Victorian Road Management Act 2004 states that a road which immediately before 1 July 2004 is declared as—

(a) a forest road; or
(b) a main road; or
(c) a State highway; or
(d) the King-Street Bridge; or
(e) a tourists' road—

is deemed to have been declared as an arterial road.



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