One of the last of the remaining crossings on the Cranbourne line is set to be removed at Camms Road in Cranbourne, a year ahead of schedule.
A road bridge is the confirmed design for removing the level crossing at Camms Road. The project is on track for completion in 2024, one year ahead of schedule.
The Camms Road level crossing will be removed as part of the Cranbourne Line Upgrade. This upgrade will also:
- fully duplicate track between Dandenong and Cranbourne
- remove the last three level crossings on the line
- build a new Merinda Park Station.
Upgrading the Cranbourne Line will make road and rail travel around the area safer, easier and more reliable.
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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
Camms Road, Cranbourne – lane closures and speed reductions
There will be intermittent lane closures and speed reductions in each direction along Camms Road between Monday 6 September to Friday 29 October.
Publications11 Oct 2021
Around the clock works commencing on the Cranbourne Line from 8pm on Tuesday 26 October to 3am on Friday 29 October in the rail corridor between Dandenong and Cranbourne.07 Oct 2021
Merinda Park Station night works, travel and temporary carpark changes are continuing safely on the Cranbourne Line Upgrade with COVIDSafe plans in place to help protect workers and the community.