The Hume Highway, with sections known as the Hume Freeway and Hume Motorway, is one of Australia's major inter-city highways, running for 807 kilometres between Melbourne and Sydney. The New South Wales section of the Hume Highway runs from Campbelltown (south of Sydney) to the Murray River between Albury in New South Wales and Wodonga in Victoria. It is 507 kilometres long and a 5 hour drive. The Victorian section of the Hume Highway runs from the Murray River between Albury in New South Wales and Wodonga in Victoria, to the Western and Metropolitan Ring Roads, north of the Melbourne CBD. It is 300 kilometres long and a 3 hour drive. Upgrading of the entire route to dual carriageway was completed in August 2013.