The Reservoir level crossing was removed in December 2019 with a rail bridge over High Street and the construction of a brand-new Reservoir Station.
Finishing works will continue in 2020, with the installation of permanent stairs and lifts at the station, as well as landscaping works around the station precinct. Reinstatement the bus interchange, car parking and shared use path will be complete by mid 2020.
As part of the project, we’re also building a new public plaza and improving shared use paths for pedestrians and cyclists to create new direct connections between Edwardes Street and Broadway.
On behalf of the Victorian Government, the Level Crossing Removal Project is overseeing the removal of 75 dangerous and congested level crossings across Melbourne by 2025.
Reservoir Station – Long term car park closures
To accommodate temporary station buildings, site facilities and construction equipment for the Reservoir Level Crossing Removal Project, all rail passenger car parks at Reservoir Station will close from 15 January 2019 until early 2020.
Macartney Street Reservoir – Northbound closure
Macartney Street, Reservoir will be closed in the northbound direction between Cheddar Road and Sutton Street from January 2019 until early 2020.
Reservoir bus interchange closure
The bus interchange located in the Reservoir Station precinct will close from 27 January 2019 until early 2020.
Reservoir Station – access changes
Reservoir Station will open to passengers on Monday 16 December. Temporary access to the platform will be via stairs at the northern end of the station platform.
Regent Station – car parking closures
From Monday 13 January to late January, the eastern car park at Regent Station in Reservoir will close at various times while maintenance works take place.
Publications18 Nov 2019
Trains are scheduled to travel on the new rail bridge from Monday 16 December 2019. The High Street intersection will open to traffic soon after – with the boom gates gone for good.30 Aug 2019
This month the High Street intersection closed as we started building the rail bridge over High Street.