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Moving ahead with the Cranbourne Line Upgrade

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Moving ahead with the Cranbourne Line Upgrade

Text. We’re getting on with upgrading the Cranbourne line.

Vision. Aerial view above the rail line near the Dandenong Valley Highway road bridge.

Text. So more trains can run in Melbourne’s South East.

Vision. Passengers boarding a train on an elevated rail platform.

Text. We’re duplicating 8 kilometers of track.

Vision. Aerial view of the rail line near Poath Road in Murumbeena.

Text. And getting rid of the last four level crossings between Cranbourne and the city.

Vision. Aerial view of the level crossings at Greens Road in Dandenong South, Evans Road in Lyndhurst, Webster Street in Dandenong and Camms Road in Cranbourne.

Text. Doubling the track means more services. Every 10 minutes. And a new Merinda Park station.

Vision. Animation showing the track doubling between Dandenong and Cranbourne. Icons are shown representing the train stations at Dandenong, Lynbrook, Merinda park and Cranbourne. The camera zooms in to focus on the new Merinda Park station icon.

Text. Level crossing removal work starts this year and the duplication kicks off in 2020.

Vision. Aerial view of the rail line near Dandenong station.

Text. Level Crossing Removal Project. For more information visit levelcrossings.vic.gov.au. Victoria’s Big Build. Victoria State Government. Authorised by the Victorian Government, 1 Treasury Place, Melbourne

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