The VAGO is currently undertaking a report to examine the progress of agencies (DOT, VicRoads, DPCD, PTV)  in addressing key options identified by VCEC in the 2006 congestion management inquiry, and in improving the agencies management of traffic congestion

The 2006 report estimated that the economic costs of congestion in Melbourne ranged from $1.3 billion to $2.6 billion per year, and that this was likely to double by 2020. It also found that key causes of road congestion related to both supply and demand-side factors.

The report is expected to be tabled by end of April 2013.

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