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Creating landscaping legacies and new open space

As of October 2020, our projects have created nearly 14 MCGs worth of open space and our teams have planted well over 330,000 new trees, shrubs and plants.

We recently revisited some of the first suburbs where we removed level crossings and built new train stations to capture the changes in the landscape and learn more about how the communities are using their new open space, plus which planting has thrived.

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Hawkstowe Station open space

Connecting cycling communities across Melbourne

Many people may not realise it but building walking and cycling infrastructure across Melbourne is a huge part of what the Level Crossing Removal Project does as part of its everyday work.

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Cyclist riding through the Caulfield to Dandenong open space corridor

New paths, open space for Melbourne's North

Open space and construction are two topics not always associated with one another, but several projects overseen by the Level Crossing Removal Authority are opening new doors and taking urban renewal to a whole new level.

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Mernda Community Space

The Mernda Rail Extension Project is building eight kilometres of new rail line and transforming the way people live, work and travel in and around the area.

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Mernda community space map
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