THREE kilometres of the Henty Highway through Dooen will be reconstructed with a collective $2.4 million of funding this financial year.
On Tuesday, the state government revealed which road maintenance projects it would seek to complete before the end of June 2020, and how much it would spend on some of these projects.
In total, the government will put $425 million into maintaining regional Victorian roads, an amount that was first promised in May's 2019-20 State Budget.
Regional Roads Victoria said works on the two stretches of the Henty Highway, which are either side of Dooen School Road, are in the planning stage.
Elsewhere, the government will spend another $1.5 million reconstructing a 400-metre section of the Western Highway near Salisbury, east of Nhill.
Roads Minister and Western Victoria MP Jaala Pulford said sections of the Borung and Wimmera Highways would also be rebuilt.
"Soon you'll start seeing more roadwork crews so please drive carefully through work sites for their safety as well as your own," she said.
The total investment in the Borung Highway in 2020 will be more than $1 million to rebuild three kilometres, and another $963,000 to rebuild three kilometres of the Wimmera Highway between Murtoa and Rupanyup.
The allocations followed the Department of Transport telling the Mail-Times on August 1 it would resurface 11 kilometres of Kalkee's Blue Ribbon Road with money from this package.
Tuesday's announcement contained the added detail the government would spend $458,000 rebuilding a 700-metre section of the road near Horsham.
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