Works to remove the Seaford Road, Seaford level crossing are now complete.
The level crossing was removed using a hybrid design that lowered Seaford Road by 1.5 metres, and built the rail line onto a planted embankment.
The level-crossing-free Seaford Road opened to traffic in September 2018 after a six-week construction blitz.
In 2019 work will continue on the $10 million revitalisation, which includes six kilometres of new walking and cycling paths from Eel Race Road through Seaford and on to Frankston, a new community open space and playscape in RF Miles Reserve and planting more than 100,000 trees, shrubs and low-lying vegetation.
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.