We’re responsible for every highway and main road in regional Victoria – which means we maintain more than 19,000km of the road network.
To learn more about what maintenance involves, how we prioritise works and why issues on the road occur, check out the videos below.
Select any of the headings below for more information.
What lies beneath - the layers of a road
Our roads are made up of many layers. Watch this video to find out how the most common types of defects can occur, including cracking, rutting and potholes.
What's road rehabilitation?
Have you ever driven past a ‘road rehabilitation’ sign and wondered what it means? Road rehabilitation is the most extensive type of maintenance that we undertake. Watch this video to learn more about the process.
The maintenance schedule – how we prioritise jobs
There are more vehicles on the road than ever before, which means the network needs constant work to keep you moving. Find out how we monitor roads and prioritise jobs in our maintenance schedule.
More than meets the eye… what does road maintenance involve?
We do much more than fixing potholes. Watch this video to learn about the other types of maintenance we do to keep you moving throughout the year.
For more information on our priorities, including maintenance, safety, tourism, freight and future planning, please visit our about us page.