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.


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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