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Victorian State Budget 2023/24

Removing 110 level crossings by 2030

We're removing 110 dangerous and congested level crossings across Melbourne by 2030, the largest project of its kind in Victoria's history.

Preston Station at night

A total of 68 level crossings have been removed so far. By the end of the current program, the Lilydale, Sunbury, Cranbourne, Pakenham, Frankston and Werribee lines will be level crossing free, changing the way people live, work and travel.

And we’ve also built 40 new and upgraded stations, created over 50 kilometres of walking and cycling paths, and unlocked 20 MCGs of open space – all ahead of schedule.

At peak construction, there have been around 6,000 people working on projects, with more than 79 million work hours completed.

We are delivering our election commitment to remove 110 level crossings by 2030, including an additional 25 level crossings:

  • Hudsons Road, Spotswood
  • Maddox Road, Newport
  • Maidstone Street, Altona
  • Ruthven Street, Macleod
  • Old Calder Highway, Diggers Rest
  • Watsons Road, Diggers Rest
  • Wickham Road, Highett
  • Highett Road, Highett
  • McDonald Street, Mordialloc
  • Station Street, Aspendale
  • Groves Street, Aspendale
  • Armstrongs Road, Seaford
  • Station Street, Seaford
  • Albert Street, Brunswick
  • Albion Street, Brunswick
  • Brunswick Road, Brunswick
  • Dawson Street, Brunswick
  • Hope Street, Brunswick
  • Union Street, Brunswick
  • Victoria Street, Brunswick
  • Park Street, Parkville
  • Coburns Road, Melton South
  • Exford Road, Melton South
  • Ferris Road, Melton South
  • Hopkins Road, Truganina

Reviewed 20 May 2023


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