‘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.
Skye/Overton, thanks for your patience
On Saturday 15 September we hosted a BBQ at the Skye/Overton Road, Frankston site to say thanks to the local community and traders for all their support and patience during the project.
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.
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.
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.
Kilmore to Frankston - U-trough journey designed for minimum disruption
24 concrete U-trough beams are being transported on a 146-kilometre journey south from Kilmore, where they were constructed, to Frankston to form a new twin
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.
Removing Frankston Line Level Crossings
Works will start in Carrum and Seaford in early 2018, with our construction partners announced today.
Community info hub opens for Skye/Overton Road project
A one-stop Info Hub for locals to learn more about the Skye/Overton Road level crossing removal project and career opportunities in the construction industry opened today in Frankston.