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 VicRoads would like to alert motorists to the closure of all lanes of the Monash Freeway tonight as the upgrade continues.
From 11:30pm until 4:30am the Monash Freeway will be closed to all traffic between Forster Road and Springvale Road.
Motorists can use the Princes Highway as an alternative.
There will also be closures of the Old Princes Highway, Cardinia Road and Heatherton Road entry and exit ramps.
To plan your journey check real time traffic information at traffic.vicroads.vic.gov.au or download the VicTraffic app via your app store.
For more information on this project please visit: http://westgatetunnelproject.vic.gov.au/monash/
If you see any problems on our roads, please report them to the VicRoads Traffic Management Centre on 13 11 70 (open 24/7).
 

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