Road Reserve

A road reserve is a legally described area within which facilities such as roads, footpaths, and associated features may be constructed for public travel. It is the total area between boundaries shown on a cadastral plan.


Victorian Road Management Act

Section 3 of the Victorian Road Management Act 2004 defines a road reserve as all the area of land that is within the boundaries of a road.



Related Pages

External Links & References

  1. Google Search
  2. Glossary of Austroads Terms
  3. Working Within the Road Reserve (VicRoads)
  4. LGAQ Roads Off Alignment Paper (Must be logged in to LGOnline to view).
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