WORK at a major intersection along the Napier Street project in White Hills is expected to finish this month.
The upgrade of the intersection with Lyons Street and Holdsworth Road started in February.
Regional Roads Victoria said in its latest update the intersection works were on track to be completed this month, weather permitting.
Lane closures and detours will remain in place until then.
The intersection is undergoing 'significant' work.
Storm water drainage, the central median island, kerb and channel, car parks, bus stops and street lighting are all expected to be finished this month.
The new left turn slip lane into Lyons Street will be built, incorporating a pedestrian island and new traffic signals.
Road surfacing and line marking will complete the upgrade.
Landscaping is expected to start on the stretch between Bosquet Street and Lyons Street.
Traffic management will be in place.
The installation of storm water drains will be completed between Lyons Street and Cambridge Crescent.
The kerb and channel will also be built, followed by new road surfaces.
A 'variety of work' is planned for the stretch of road between Cambridge Crescent and Orville Way, including kerb and channel construction, new footpaths, raised central median island, storm water drainage, new road surface and the installation of street lights.
A new pedestrian crossing will be installed near Grace Street.
Regional Roads Victoria has urged motorists to be aware of changes when driving through the area.
Storm water drainage is expected to be installed from Orville Way to Powell Street, along with the completion of kerb and channel, central median islands, and footpaths.
Workers will then construct the new road surface.
Improved traffic signals at the Powell Street intersection will be installed. Regional Roads Victoria expects them to be operational while roadworks near the intersection are underway.
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