Final designs have been unveiled for the new road bridge, which will form part of the level crossing removal at Station Street, Beaconsfield in Victoria.
A new road bridge will be built to allow the removal of the level crossing to take place, while also improving connections to the Beaconsfield Station precinct.
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The road bridge will take cars over the rail line, improving safety, and bringing the Pakenham Line one step closer to being level crossing free in 2025. 24/7 works will take place until late February as we continue to work south of the rail corridor to prepare the area for major piling works later this year.
The boom gates at Station Street, Beaconsfield will be gone for good and the new road bridge open in 2025.