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.
Publications05 Mar 2020
Safety, cultural diversity, procurement and quality policies of the Southern Program Alliance.23 Dec 2019
We’re doing our bit to help the environment as works progress to remove 18 level crossings and build 12 new stations along the Frankston line.