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We're removing 10 more level crossings by 2025, bringing the total to 85 level crossings gone for good.

Contracts awarded for Glen Huntly projects

20 Apr 2021

A $507 million contract has been awarded to remove two dangerous and congested level crossings on the Frankston line and build a new Glenhuntly Station – a year ahead of schedule.

An alliance of Acciona, Coleman Rail, WSP, Metro Trains Melbourne and the Level Crossing Removal Project will deliver the project, lowering the rail line into a trench, and removing the Neerim Road and Glen Huntly Road level crossings.

The congestion-causing boom gates at Glen Huntly Road and Neerim Road can be down for 58 per cent of the morning peak, when up to 40 trains run through.

Early works will start towards the end of the year, with major works to begin in 2022. The boom gates will be gone in 2023, and the project complete by 2024 – a year earlier than originally announced. The project includes a new Glenhuntly Station, and pedestrian and cycle path connecting Ormond and Caulfield.

The station - which will have lowered platforms - will improve safety and accessibility for locals, and create better connections between public transport, shops, and community areas.

The project will generate hundreds of jobs at peak construction.

The designs for the new station, incorporating community feedback collected during a recent survey, will be released mid-year.

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Car waits at the level crossing on Glen Huntly Road

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