Road bridges are a defining feature in the urban design of Peninsula Link. Each bridge structure is tagged with signature elements to indicate their status in the freeway network.
These signature elements are applied in the following ways:
A blue palette indicates a key intersection in the network.
Yellow and gold indicate secondary crossings.
Shades of green mark the rural Moorooduc Plains at the freeway's southern end.
The freeway crosses numerous creeks and floodplains. Each water crossing:
There are three pedestrian bridges constructed as part of the Peninsula Link shared use path. Each bridge is clad in steel in a zig-zag profile:
Retaining walls along Peninsula Link reflect the environments around them. For example, in The Pines retaining walls are a modular precast concrete walling system in various colours with a stone like quality.
In locations where noise walls and retaining walls coincide, the design of the retaining wall and noise wall is the same. For example: