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The removal of the Gap Road level crossing in Sunbury will be the fourth to be removed along the Sunbury line, which will leave four level crossings remaining between Sunbury Station and the city.

Three level crossings have already been removed at Main Road and Furlong Road in St Albans, and at Melton Highway in Sydenham.

The boom gates at Gap Road can be down for up to 26 per cent of the 7:00am to 9:00am peak, when up to 24 trains run through the crossing. Current network plans involve increasing trains running on the Sunbury line, meaning more boom gate downtime.

The Gap Road, Sunbury level crossing was identified as a priority site for removal in the Victorian Government’s Site Prioritisation Framework.

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Priority Level Crossing Removal Sites: Sunbury

The removal of the Gap Road level crossing in Sunbury will be the fourth to be removed along the Sunbury line, which will leave four level crossings remaining between Sunbury Station and the city.

Prioritising future level crossing removals: Site prioritisation framework

Prioritising level crossings for removal is a complex task, with no simple answer. This is because there are a range of different factors which may warrant removal of a level crossing.

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