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We're removing 10 more level crossings by 2025, bringing the total to 85 level crossings gone for good.

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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 morning 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.

This project will be delivered in a partnership between the Level Crossing Removal Project and Rail Projects Victoria.

By coordinating the Gap Road level crossing removal and the Sunbury Line Upgrade projects, it will allow us to bring the level crossing removal forward from 2025 to 2022 so we can get traffic in the Sunbury CBD moving sooner.

For further information about the progress of this project, visit the Sunbury Line Upgrade website.

On behalf of the Victorian Government, the Level Crossing Removal Project is removing 85 dangerous and congested level crossings across Melbourne by 2025.

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Gap Road level crossing to go in the Sunbury Line Upgrade

Gap Road level crossing to go in the Sunbury Line Upgrade

11 Nov 2020
More level crossing removals on the way

More level crossing removals on the way

30 Nov 2018

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Gap Road, Sunbury community update – July 2019

22 Jul 2019

The dangerous and congested level crossing at Gap Road, Sunbury, will be the fourth to be removed on the Sunbury Line and will be gone for good by the end of 2025.

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Gap Road, Sunbury

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