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

Camms Road designs released

28 Jun 2021



Camms Road designs released

Vision. Aerial view of Camms Road, Cranbourne. Camms Road sign. Artist impression of new road over rail line. View of train passing through level crossing and boom gates opening. Aerial view of the rail corridor, level crossing sign and various views of traffic and trains passing through level crossing showing traffic congestion.

Text. We’re removing the Camms Road level crossing, building a road over the Cranbourne rail line, removing one of the last level crossings on the Cranbourne line freeing up traffic and improving safety for the 12,000 vehicles that cross daily, allowing the future upgrades such as the Clyde rail extension, and trains to run every 10 minutes.

Vision. Close up vision of train passing, traffic and pedestrian crossing rail line. Artist impression of the new road bridge over rail line. Vehicle stopped as level crossing boom gate closes. Construction staff working to remove a level crossing at night. Aerial view of rail corridor.

Text. New shared use paths and hundreds of new carparks for commuters at Cranbourne Station. Works start 2022, crossing gone 2024 one year ahead of schedule. Level Crossing Removal Project.

Text. For more information visit Victoria’s Big Build. Victoria State Government.

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