We'll build a new road bridge over the rail line at Brunt Road in Beaconsfield.
Removing this crossing will improve safety, reduce congestion, and allow more trains to run, more often.
This design means we can get rid of this crossing sooner, meaning less disruption for road and rail users during construction.
The removal of this site will help to create a level crossing-free Pakenham line which will change how locals live, work and travel. With no level crossings on the train line, journeys on the Pakenham line will be faster and local roads safer.
Site investigations will start in the coming months and construction will be completed by 2025.
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On behalf of the Victorian Government, the Level Crossing Removal Project is removing 85 dangerous and congested level crossings across Melbourne by 2025.
Current works notices
Publications24 Dec 2021
Between Monday 10 January to Tuesday 31 May 2022, site investigations will take place near Brunt Road near the level crossing and within the rail corridor.01 Dec 2021
To better understand the area to inform the design of the Brunt Road Level Crossing Removal Project, we need to undertake early investigations and site assessments.