Victoria's Freeways
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  Victoria’s freeway system is a collection of radial freeways extending out of Melbourne as well as metropolitan freeways connecting suburbs within Melbourne. The concentration of freeways within the Melbourne metropolitan area is the result of continuous construction since the late 1960’s, while rural freeways are the result of bypasses of provincial centres in order to reduce travel times into regional Victoria.

The following list are of declared freeways - roads which have been classified by VicRoads as Freeways and having a classification number between 1000 and 1999.
 
     
     
  Melbourne's Freeways Regional Freeways  
 
  • Airport Drive
  • Citylink Southern Link
  • Citylink Western Link
  • EastLink
  • Eastern Freeway
  • Frankston Freeway
  • Monash Freeway
  • Metropolitan Ring Road
  • Mornington Peninsula Freeway
  • Peninsula Link (under construction)
  • South Gippsland Freeway (Dandenong South)
  • Tullamarine Freeway
  • West Gate Freeway
  • Western Ring Road
 
     
       
  Decommissioned Freeways Proposed Freeways  
 
  • Calder Freeway (Elphinstone)
  • Hume Freeway (Craigieburn)
  • Midland Freeway
  • Princes Freeway West (Dartmoor)
  • Dingley Freeway
  • Healesville Freeway
  • Mornington Peninsula Freeway Northern Extension
  • North East Link
  • Outer Metropolitan Ring
  • Westlink
 
     
     
 
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