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.
Bayswater project creates positive environmental legacy
Our Bayswater Level Crossing Removal Project has left a positive environmental legacy, reducing carbon emissions by a projected 43 per cent over the operational life of the new station.
New stations star in sustainability
Melbourne’s reinvigorated train stations are receiving high praise across the sustainability sector thanks to a range of industry-first initiatives saving time, money and the environment.
Car park and shared use path opens at Bayswater Station
Bayswater Station's new car park is now open, with more than 350 spaces available for commuters.
Level crossing removal projects create jobs for disadvantaged Victorians
Social enterprises are addressing the biggest social and economic challenges in our community by offering products, skills and training, and creating new jobs for disadvantaged Victorians.
Mountain Highway level crossing gone
After 49 days of 24/7 construction work, the Mountain Highway level crossing is gone for good and the road is open, a day ahead of schedule.
Goodbye Scoresby Road level crossing
The level crossing at Scoresby Road in Bayswater is gone for good - the seventh crossing to be removed in less than two years.
Excellence in engineering and sustainable practices
Recently the Level Crossing Removal Authority has set a new benchmark for sustainable infrastructure, has been recognised for excellence in engineering and digital engagement.
Four more level crossings will be gone
A series of road and rail closures will enable construction crews to safely and rapidly remove level crossings at Blackburn Road, Heatherdale Road, and Mountain Highway and Scoresby Road in Bayswater.