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A ‘Superload’ will begin its long, slow journey through Melbourne from Monday night, and those driving might be impacted by traffic delays.
The entire load measures more than 100 metres from end to end and weighs more than 640 tonnes.
The Superload is carrying an electrical component from Webb Dock in Port Melbourne to the Loy Yang B Power station.
Four prime movers are required to get it to its destination.
A Superload that travelled from Glen Waverley to the Dundonnell Windfarm in August 2019. Credit: 7NEWSDrivers travelling between Port Melbourne and Dandenong South after 10pm on Monday should expect delays.
The load will be travelling about 20kph and, at times, will be forced to use both sides of the road due to its sheer size.
This article first appeared on 7news.com.au
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