LATROBE City Council has begun design work for two major local car park projects, located respectively at 2 Kay Street, Traralgon and 141 Commercial Road, Morwell.

Katz Architecture has been appointed as the lead design consultants of the car park at Kay St, and MGS Architects has been appointed as the lead design consultant of the car park at Commercial Rd.

Both car parks will receive a major multi-level redevelopment to increase car park spaces as part of the state government’s Regional Car Parks Fund (RCPF), which is set to deliver 900 new spaces across Traralgon, Morwell and Moe.

So far, more than 250 car parks have already been delivered in Morwell and Moe under the RCPF, with construction underway to deliver up to 110 additional spaces to the Seymour and Hotham Street multi-level car park in Traralgon.

Latrobe City Mayor, Darren Howe said he was excited to see the car park projects underway.

“As our transition plan outlines, it is our priority to move towards a bigger and brighter future for Latrobe City. It’s important that we have the assets in place to accommodate the growth of our city,” the Mayor said.

“We are thankful of the significant financial support of the Victorian government for this project, which will deliver car park spaces that are both functional and accessible, so that community members and visitors can spend more time in the CBD.”

This project is being delivered by Latrobe City Council on behalf of the state government.

To read more about local car park projects, visit council’s website at