‘Excellent’ for commuters, locals and the environment
Three Level Crossing Removal Project projects have received excellent sustainability rating from the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia.
Frankston Station – Car parking returns
With the new Frankston Station now complete, 170 car spaces in and around the station precinct that were in use by the construction team, will be returned to the community from 1 November.
Accessibility tours at Frankston Station
Over 30 people with vision and mobility impairments visited Frankston Station on Tuesday 16 October, to take part in accessibility tours of the new station and surrounds.
Frankston and the amazing technicolour train station
Frankston Station’s new facade was transformed into a technicolour backdrop on Saturday 6 October, as we celebrated the new station with the local community.
Frankston Station, you’re looking fresh
Works on the station façade have ramped up in recent weeks, helping to complete Frankston station’s distinctive new look.
‘Win the ultimate makeover’ competition winner
Since we’re giving Frankston Station a makeover, we thought we’d give everyone the chance to win one too!
Long-time master looking forward to new station
At 16, Frankston local Tom Yates started his railway career in 1946 in Moreland.
Level crossing gone with traffic flowing freely through Skye Road
Traffic is flowing freely, safely separated from trains underneath the new twin rail bridge for the first time this week following the removal of the level crossing on Skye/Overton Road in Frankston.
Number 20 set to go in massive construction blitz
Beginning on 4 May 2018, a major construction blitz will see the twentieth dangerous and congested level crossing in Melbourne removed and the new Frankston Station a step closer to completion.
Full steam ahead for the new Frankston Station
Frankston’s new train station is a step closer, with work on the multimillion dollar transformation to kick off this month and be complete by the end of 2018.