The level crossing at Aviation Road, Laverton was removed in September 2019.
The crossing was removed by moving the road onto a new bridge over the railway line.
The bridge features a pedestrian walkway and dedicated bike lanes, and a new road connection that maintains access to the nearby Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) base.
Important pedestrian connections for commuters to the nearby Aircraft Station will be completed in the second stage, which will align with level crossing removal works at Werribee and Cherry streets in Werribee. This will reduce the number of rail shutdowns needed on the Werribee line.
On behalf of the Victorian Government, the Level Crossing Removal Project is overseeing the removal of 75 dangerous and congested level crossings across Melbourne by 2025.
Aircraft Station – car park changes
From Tuesday 15 October to Sunday 1 December, eight car spaces in the gravel section of the Aircraft Station car park in Laverton will be closed for re-coating works. From Sunday 17 November to Sunday 24 November, an alternative entrance to the Aircraft Station car park will be in place.
Publications01 Nov 2019
It has been a big couple of months – the new bridge has opened to traffic, the Aviation Road boom gates are gone for good and the surrounding road works are nearly done.09 Oct 2019
September was a huge month for the project. Aviation Bridge is now open for traffic and the level crossing is gone for good!