Two new train stations are set to open in the coming weeks following the removal of four level crossing in Melbourne’s north.
The level crossing removal at Fitzgerald Road in Ardeer has been completed, with traffic now flowing across a new 70-metre road bridge. The bridge, opened six months ahead of schedule, will reduce travel time, improve safety and create better local connections for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists. “We’re
Early concept designs have now been revealed for the Parkdale elevated rail project, as well as the removal of two level crossings, with community feedback also being sought ahead of the works in Melbourne’s southeast.
A suite of major works is set to commence in Sunbury, beginning with the removal of the level crossing at Gap Road, in Victoria. The level crossing removal targets a notorious bottleneck, where the boom gates are down for more than a quarter of the morning peak. The project will see Gap Road closed for four months
Boom gates at Bell Street, Oakover Road, Murray Road and Cramer Street in Preston have been removed this week as part of works to improve safety and decrease congestion in north Melbourne.