The boom gates at Grange Road in Carnegie are gone and the new Carnegie Station is operational.
The Grange Road crossing has been removed as part of the Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project that saw the removal of nine level crossings in total.
The crossing has been removed by the construction of an elevated rail line. The Caulfield to Dandenong project is expected to be completed in late 2018.
The boom gates at Carnegie's Grange Road level crossing had been down for up to 55 minutes in the weekday peak from 7:00am to 9:00am, causing frustration and delay for the thousands of motorists who use the road.
The use of elevated rail to remove the crossings is opening up 22.5 hectares of open space which will become parkland. You can find out more about the open space here.
To learn more about the elevated rail design, click here.
Oakleigh to Clayton stations - Shared use path closure
The shared use cycling and walking path is closed from the eastern end of Oakleigh Station to Colin Road in Clayton due to difficult ground conditions until late October 2018.View details
Hughesdale Station – Temporary access changes
While works take place as part of the Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project, there will be car park closures and changes to pedestrian access until late 2018.View details
Carnegie Station – Temporary access changes
The first stage of Carnegie Station is open and trains are taking passengers at the new station. During this stage, platforms are only accessible via temporary stairs. Buses will operate between Caulfield and Oakleigh for passengers with special needs, including people with prams or shopping carts.View details
Caulfield to Dandenong Corridor Carnival
Enjoy a big day out with the Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project as we celebrate the creation of 22.5 hectares of open space and parkland, the opening of five new stations and the removal of nine level crossings.View details
A monumental move
A Clayton monument honouring soldiers who served in armed conflict has found a new home as part of a special memorial space being created under the new elevated rail.
Millions of work and training hours flow from level crossing removals
As drivers around Melbourne enjoy free-flowing traffic thanks to level crossing removals, benefits of another kind are flowing from employment and training opportunities.
In direct response to feedback received through this consultation process, LXRA is offering fencing assistance for residents with properties that share a boundary with the rail corridor where the new
Our winter construction blitz saw the last four level crossings at Grange, Koornang, Murrumbeena and Poath roads removed
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