Creating landscaping legacies and new open space
Not only are we making local communities safer and Melbourne’s traffic less congested - we’re also committed to urban renewal during construction and creating new community open spaces.
Rosanna celebrates early station opening
More than 1000 people turned out for the Rosanna Community Fun Day on Saturday 11 August to celebrate the early opening of Rosanna Station.
Lower Plenty Road: landscaping drop-in session
As work nears completion at Rosanna Station, we were pleased to present the final landscaping designs to locals at our final community drop-in session on 12 July.
Rosanna Station now open!
When the new Rosanna Station opens on Friday 4 May it will become a Host Station, with staff available from 6.30am–10.30am on weekdays.
New Rosanna Station opens, with two level crossings gone for good
From tomorrow, normal train services will resume on the Hurstbridge line and passengers will be able to catch trains from the new Rosanna Station.
Improving transport connections in Rosanna
We’ve removed the Lower Plenty Road level crossing and are taking the opportunity to make the precinct safer for pedestrians and vehicles by improving transport movements and local connections.
Hurstbridge line works extended
To ensure a safe return to train services on the Hurstbridge line, the bus replacements have been extended.
Hurstbridge line: Three weeks down – three to go!
We are halfway through the longest construction blitz the Level Crossing Removal Authority has undertaken. And we have achieved a lot!
Bye bye big green crane
Locals in Rosanna would have struggled to miss the bright green crane hard a work installing the rail bridge over Lower Plenty Road.
Grange Road. Gone! Lower Plenty Road. Gone!
Two more level crossings have been removed – never to hold up traffic again! The boom gates at Grange Road in Alphington and Lower Plenty Road in Rosanna were dismantled early Saturday morning.
44-day construction blitz underway – expect delays while we finish the job early
It's day four of the 44-day construction blitz and we are working 24 hours a day, seven days a week to renovate the Hurstbridge rail line.
Hurstbridge Rail Upgrade to be finished six months early
A major 44 day construction blitz will see the removal of two level crossings well ahead of schedule and will mean less disruption for rail and road users in Melbourne’s north east.
A brand new Rosanna Station is on the way
From 8:30pm on Friday 6 October, the existing Rosanna Station will close and in its place a brand new station will be built, opening in March 2018.
Come and see the final design for the new Rosanna Station
On Tuesday 26 September, the Lower Plenty Road level crossing removal team will be hosting a community pop-up to unveil the final design for the new Rosanna Station.
Work starts on major Hurstbridge Line upgrade
Work has begun to remove the level crossings at Lower Plenty Road in Rosanna and Grange Road in Alphington, and duplicate a 1.2 kilometre section of the Hurstbridge line.
Thank you for joining us at the Rosanna Cub Scout Hall
Thanks to everyone who joined the conversation on potential urban design solutions for the Rosanna and Heidelberg areas.
North East is next: Contract signed
The contract to remove the dangerous and congested level crossing on Lower Plenty Road, rebuild Rosanna Station and duplicate the Hurstbridge line has been signed, with work to start in the coming mon
Design options for Rosanna level crossing removal released
The design options for removing the Rosanna level crossing have now been released.
Hurstbridge line upgrade and removal of two level crossings one step closer
An alliance of Laing O'Rourke, Fulton Hogan and Jacobs is set to design and construct the Hurstbridge line upgrade and two level crossing removals.
Duplication of Hurstbridge line and removal of two more level crossings to begin in 2017
The removal of two more level crossings – Grange Road in Alphington and Lower Plenty Rd in Rosanna – will start next year as part of a package of works that includes duplicating the Hurstbridge line.