Works to get rid of the dangerous and congested level crossing at Station Street in Carrum began in March 2018 as construction of the new Station Street road bridge across Patterson River commenced.
The bridge is key to the removal of three level crossings along the Frankston line.
The crossing itself will be removed by raising the rail onto a bridge, with these works expected to start in 2019.
A new Carrum Station will be also built and McLeod Road will be extended right through to the beach to provide safe access.
Carrum will also be transformed into a modern, connected and vibrant bayside suburb with new community spaces including a beach promenade and village square.
Patterson River pedestrian bridge closure, Carrum
Station Street road bridge in Carrum, from Tuesday 15 March the Patterson River pedestrian bridge will be closed and detours will be in place until the new bridge opens in late 2018.View details
Station Street bridge opening and community celebration
Come and be among the first to cross the new Station Street bridge over Patterson River, then enjoy a community celebration, including a sausage sizzle, food truck, music, kids’ train rides, and face painting.View details
Name the new bridge
The new Station Street road bridge which connects Carrum and Bonbeach will be open to traffic from 22 September and we are asking the community to get involved in choosing a name.
Thanks for your feedback on the Carrum revitalisation
The final round of community consultation on the Carrum revitalisation is now closed. We would like to thank the local community for getting involved and providing feedback to help shape the area.
Works to build the new Station Street road bridge have continued with construction activities due for completion before the end of the year.
Over the course of May and June a construction blitz is underway to rebuild the new Frankston Station and remove the level crossing at Skye/Overton Road in Frankston.
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