The Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project is removing nine level crossings and rebuilding five stations. The Cranbourne-Pakenham train line is Melbourne's busiest and is crossed by some of our most congested roads.
The boom gates at Noble Park's Corrigan Road level crossing are down for up to 72 minutes during the weekday peak between 7:00am and 9:00am, impacting travel times for thousands of motorists and for all road users.
The Corrigan Road level crossing removal is part of the Caulfield to Dandenong project, which involves removing nine level crossings, rebuilding five new stations at Carnegie, Murrumbeena, Hughesdale, Clayton and Noble Park.
Learn more about the Caulfield to Dandenong project.
A project of the size and complexity of the Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project involves a considerable amount of design work to arrive at the finished product. The project is split into 160 individual design packages. We prioritise these packages and progressively pass them onto the construction team when complete. Staging the design in this way is typical of a major infrastructure project and allows us to start and finish sooner. Check out our Project Design fact sheet for more information.
View the Noble Park Station Design Fact Sheet.
For the most recent design information on the elevated structure visit Project Design.
Before and after images of the design
The maps below show an aerial view of the design. These maps were updated in January 2017 to reflect pier placement and elevated structure height. They will be progressively updated as the design develops. To ensure they are viewable on mobiles, tablets and desktops, we've split the images into sections. Please click on any of the images to open the image gallery.
Complete aerial view maps
Station precinct changes
The Corrigan Road level crossing has been removed and works are continuing to complete the Noble Park Station precinct and begin construction of the surrounding open space.
While accessibility will be maintained, customers with special needs are encouraged to call the project team on 1800 105 105 (24 hours, 7 days) to discuss specific requirements.
Car park closures
Springvale Station car park will be partially closed (up to 75 spaces) from 11:00pm Tuesday 9 January to 11:00pm Sunday 25 February 2018.
Disability Permit car spaces will be temporarily relocated within the car park during these works.
Noble Park Station
Noble Park Station Mons Parade car park is now closed until mid-2018 so we can start works to remove level crossings, construct elevated tracks and rebuild the station.
As part of works to complete the Noble Park Station precinct and begin construction of the surrounding open space, the Douglas Street car park will be partially closed as per below:
- Eastern car park (up to 75 spaces) from 1:00am Monday 11 December 2017 until mid-2018.
- Full car park from Wednesday 14 February until mid-2018.
Disability Permit parking spaces will be permanently relocated to a section of the station’s new car park off Mons Parade from Wednesday 14 February 2018.
To ensure there is parking available near the station, all-day parking will be provided within sign-posted areas on Memorial Drive, Noble Park, from Wednesday 14 February until mid-2018
During construction, station car park users are encouraged to plan their travel and consider alternative transport to nearby stations and offset car park locations.
Parkiteer cage closure
The Noble Park Station Douglas Street Parkiteer cage will close from midnight Thursday 15 February until mid-2018.
Freestanding bicycle hoops will be permanently relocated to a section near the new station entry off Mons Parade from Thursday 15 February 2018.
Alternative bicycle parking is available in Parkiteer cages at Springvale and Dandenong stations. Please note you can use your existing Parkiteer card to access other cages.
For your safety, please observe any signage and instructions put in place during these works.
Corrigan Road will be closed at the train line for eight days from late February until early March 2018 for track removal and road resurfacing. Pedestrian access may be impacted during this time. Please detour via Heatherton Road, Douglas Street and Yarraman Road.
Call: 1800 105 105 (24 hours, 7 days)
We encourage any community members needing support in relation to the project to access our free and independent community counselling service. The service is provided by New View Psychology who has qualified clinical and counselling psychologists available to provide support.
For confidential assistance call 1300 830 687 and quote CSLX.