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PLANNING CONSTRUCTION BOOM GATES GONE COMPLETION
Status/crossing/5 col PLANNING CONSTRUCTION BOOM GATES GONE COMPLETION

The dangerous and congested level crossing between Skye and Overton Roads in Frankston will be gone by the middle of 2018.

A rail bridge will be built above the road.

After extensive community consultation, a design has been reached that means the bridge will be significantly shorter and lower than initially planned.

Getting rid of the crossing will improve access and liveability in the area by allowing people to travel by foot, bike, bus or car from one side of the rail line to the other safely and efficiently.

Current Disruptions

Skye/Overton Road Closure

3199; 3197
06 Apr.2018 1522936800 1529243940 Icon/Arrow/down/purple 17 Jun.2018

Category

Road; Pedestrian

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Affected suburbs

Description

As part of the Skye/Overton Road level crossing removal project, the intersection at the Skye/Overton Road level crossing will be closed between Friday 6 April until Monday 17 June 2018.Traffic detours will be in place until the road reopens.Pedestrian access across the rail line will be via the crossings at Cricklewood Avenue and Beach Street from 4 May until 25 June. There will be no pedestrian access at the Skye/Overton Road level crossing during this time.For more information, please view our interactive map....

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Frankston and Stony Point lines – Buses replacing trains

3199; 3197
04 May.2018 1525356000 1529243940 Icon/Arrow/down/purple 17 Jun.2018

Category

Train; Bus

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Affected suburbs

Description

To allow for works to continue to remove the level crossings at Skye/Overton Road and Seaford Road on the Frankston line and build the new Frankston Station, buses will replace trains from Friday 4 May until the last service on Sunday 17 June on the Frankston line.

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Large U-trough beams - Travelling from Kilmore to Frankston

3764; 3758; 3756; 3753; 3751; 3750; 3076; 3075; 3074; 3083; 3087; 3088; 3085; 3084; 3105; 3104; 3108; 3129; 3108; 3129; 3130; 3128; 3130; 3131; 3133; 3152; 3179; 3178; 3170; 3174; 3175; 3201; 3198; 3200; 3199
Apr 2018 1523541600 1526911140 Icon/Arrow/down/purple May 2018

Category

Road

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Affected suburbs

Description

During April and May 2018, 24 U-trough beams, each 31 metres long and weighing 280 tonnes, will be transported from Kilmore to Frankston to build new twin rail bridges.

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Frankston – Temporary road closures

3199; 3198
04 May.2018 1525356000 1529243940 Icon/Arrow/down/purple Jun 2018

Category

Road

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Affected suburbs

Description

As major construction begins on the Skye/Overton Road level crossing, there will be intermittent, temporary road closures in place on Dandenong Road East, Dandenong Road West, and Wells Road from Friday 4 May to mid-June 2018.

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Pedestrian access closed at Skye/Overton Road

3199
04 May.2018 1525356000 1529243940 Icon/Arrow/down/purple 17 Jun.2018

Category

Pedestrian

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Affected suburbs

Description

From Friday 4 May until Sunday 17 June, the pedestrian crossing at the Skye/Overton Road level crossing will be closed due to level crossing removal works.

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Featured News

Frankston line construction blitz starts

Frankston line construction blitz starts

The decades old Frankston Station has been demolished, marking the start of a winter construction blitz on the Frankston line.

07/05/2018

LXRA and VicRoads: Together we can move great things

LXRA and VicRoads: Together we can move great things

We're moving not one, not two, but 24 concrete U-trough beams by road, one at a time, from Kilmore to Frankston to build the new rail bridges at Skye/Overton Road.

27/04/2018

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Publications

North Western Program Alliance - Community relations charter

The North Western Program Alliance is committed to engaging the community by building understanding, trust and confidence in our program solutions and the delivery process.

Skye/ Overton Road and Frankston Station community update - April 2018

We're removing more level crossings from the Frankston line than any other train line in Melbourne.

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