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PLANNING CONSTRUCTION BOOM GATES GONE COMPLETION
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Mountain Highway and Scoresby Road, Bayswater

The two level crossings at Mountain Highway and Scoresby Road in Bayswater have now been removed and the newly-built premium Bayswater Station is in full operation.

Both crossings were removed in late 2016 by lowering the Belgrave/Lilydale rail line below Mountain Highway and Scoresby Road.

The new station precinct includes walking and cycling paths connecting Mountain Highway to Scoresby Road and linking in to the wider bike path network.

Public artwork has also been installed to enhance the newly created Mountain Highway underpass to Bayswater Station. The mural in the theme of 'Connecting to place, connecting people' was designed by Aboriginal artists, Graffix Creative, and students from Bayswater Secondary College.

Featured News

Bayswater project creates positive environmental legacy

Bayswater project creates positive environmental legacy

Our Bayswater Level Crossing Removal Project has left a positive environmental legacy, reducing carbon emissions by a projected 43 per cent over the operational life of the new station.

07/09/2018

New stations star in sustainability

New stations star in sustainability

Melbourne’s reinvigorated train stations are receiving high praise across the sustainability sector thanks to a range of industry-first initiatives saving time, money and the environment.

07/03/2018

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Bayswater Sustainability Report

The Bayswater Level Crossing Removal Project was the first project completed under the Level Crossing Removal Program to be certified with a sustainability rating.

Bayswater community update - July 2016

Construction is now well underway as part of the Bayswater Level Crossing Removal Project.

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