Take part in the My Melbourne Road survey
Have your say in the My Melbourne Road Survey to voice any concerns you may have about the state of Melbourne's traffic network heard.
RACV is inviting all motorists, cyclists, pedestrians, and public transport users to take part in the My Melbourne Road survey to have their voices heard, and help make our roads safer for everyone.
RACV’s My Melbourne Road survey is open to the public to help identify potential safety issues on Melbourne’s roads.
By using an interactive map online, participants in the survey can provide feedback about any road or intersection across 31 local council areas, along with a suggestion on how to fix the issue.
“RACV really wants to know what Melburnians think about the roads, intersections and routes that make up their daily commutes,” says RACV General Manager of Automotive Services, Jackie Pedersen.
“When talking about Melbourne roads, it’s not just drivers we’re hoping to hear from. We want to be a voice for everyone including pedestrians, bike riders and public transport users. This is your chance to speak up and be heard.
“We want to gather as much data as we can so that we can highlight and encourage meaningful changes that can deliver safety improvements and help save lives.”