List of Old Road Routes in Victoria

List Of Old Road Routes In Victoria

This is a list of old road routes in Victoria, Australia before the state switched to the alpha-numeric system in the late 1990s. Some routes, in part or in their entirety, may have been made obsolete by the alpha-numeric designation: these are noted but not listed in full here. Some also may follow older alignments or routes later changed even after the new system was introduced, and are included here for the sake of completion. Roads are described in either a west-east or north-south alignment.

A list of old road routes in Melbourne is at List of old road routes in Melbourne, Victoria. For a list of major highways and freeways in Melbourne, see List of highways in Melbourne and List of freeways in Victoria.

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