The removal of the congested level crossing at Cherry Street in Werribee is at the planning stage.
A decision on the design to be used to remove the crossing has not yet been made. It will be gone by 2022 at the latest.
Cherry Street is a local road that is used by 20,000 vehicles daily as a key crossing point in Melbourne’s west connecting the large residential area north of the Werribee line with the major activity centre and Princes Freeway south of the line.
Removing dangerous and congested crossings sooner
Contracts for the removal of a dozen level crossings in Melbourne's north, west and south-east have been signed, worth more than a billion dollars combined.
Expression of Interest released for 11 more level crossing removals
An Expression of Interest was released to the market today for two major packages of work for the removal of 11 more level crossings.
The Level Crossing Removal Authority has been busy investigating a number of ways to remove the Aviation Road level crossing.
ontracts are now signed, with work to start soon on the long awaited partial duplication of the Altona Loop and removal of five more dangerous and congested level crossings in Melbourne's west.
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