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Upcoming disruptions in Werribee

23 Feb 2021

Werribee is now completely level crossing free meaning safer and more reliable journeys for drivers.

Throughout March, April and May there will be works on roads near the Werribee Street and Cherry Street level crossing removal projects.

To undertake works safely, there will some changes to the way you travel around Werribee.

Keep up to date with the latest disruption information by signing up to our email updates. If you’d like to receive text message alerts about traffic and constructions disruptions text “Werribee” or “Cherry” to 0438 479 376.

Please note, while we endeavour to keep this page current and complete works as scheduled, dates and times are subject to change.


Updated Tuesday 13 April

Road disruptions

Location

Works

When

Travel changes

Market Road at the corner of Railway Avenue

Reconstruction of the intersection at Market Road & Railway Ave

Monday 29 March to Monday 31 May

Kelly StreetCar parking upgradesFrom April 2021

Rail disruptions

LocationWorksWhen Travel changes
Werribee line Signal upgraded and track works 8.30pm Thursday 29 April to last service Thursday 6 May

Pedestrian and cyclist disruptions

Location

Works

When

Travel changes

Federation Trail

Lifting bridge beams into position to build the new road bridge across the rail line at Old Geelong Road

7pm Friday 30 April to 7am Thursday 6 May

Wyndham Park Work to connect new open space to existing park Wednesday 7 April to late May

Cherry Street night works

From Thursday 29 April to Friday 7 May, we'll work at night in the rail corridor and at the former Cherry Street level crossing to remove redundant road and track infrastructure. Heavy machinery and equipment including excavators and cranes will be operating in the area while these works take place.

We’ll take every measure to reduce impacts, however you may notice some noise, dust and vibration during these works.

To undertake the above works safely there will be lane and road closures around the project area.

Traffic management and signage will be in place to guide motorists, cyclists and pedestrians safely through the area during these works.


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