The removal of the Moreland Road level crossing in Brunswick will be a major improvement for the 16,000 motorists who use the road every day. The boom gates are down for 25 minutes between 7- 9am each weekday.
This project is in the planning stage and the level crossing will be removed by 2022.
A design for the level crossing’s removal has not yet been decided and investigations are being done on options including lowering the road under the railway line; raising the road over the railway line; lowering the railway line under the road in a trench or raising the railway line over the road.
Community consultation will be a key part of this project, and once we've identified options for removing the crossing, we'll be asking the community for feedback to help us continue the design process.
Shortlist for more than $1 billion crossing removals
Some of Australia's biggest construction companies have been shortlisted to get rid of 11 more level crossings in Melbourne.
Expression of Interest released for 11 more level crossing removals
An Expression of Interest was released to the market today for two major packages of work for the removal of 11 more level crossings.
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