The new direct connection from McLeod Road to Nepean Highway opened in February 2020 after a two-week construction-blitz that saw the removal of the dangerous and congested Station Street, Carrum Level Crossing and the new Carrum Station open.
The new McLeod Road connection creates safer connections for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists and will reduce rat running through local streets, making them safer and quieter.
Works will continue throughout 2020 to complete the new Carrum Station and create four new community open spaces as part of Carrum’s $50 million revitalisation.
Traffic management remains in place for the safety of the community and our workers while we continue works.
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.
Carrum Station – partial car park closure
There are now 79 all-day parking spaces available at Carrum Station with a further 135 spaces due to open in late 2020.
Kananook Station – car park closure
From Thursday 30 April to mid August 2020, there will be a full closure of the Kananook Station car park.
Nepean Highway and Station Street, Carrum – reduced speed limit
The speed limit on Station Street and Nepean Highway in Carrum has been reduced to 40 kilometres per hour from June 2019 to late 2020.
Nepean Highway, Carrum – no standing zone
The parking lane on Nepean Highway between Carrum Station and Eel Race Road is a no standing zone between 6.30am and 9.30am each day until September 2020.
Old Post Office Lane, Carrum – road closure
Old Post Office Lane is closed to pedestrians and traffic from Monday 23 March to mid 2020.
Nepean Highway, Carrum – lane closures
Nepean Highway will be reduced to two lanes from Monday 20 April to September 2020.
Publications29 Jun 2020
Edithvale, Chelsea, Bonbeach, Carrum and Seaford area update for June 2020.29 Jun 2020
More than 11 kilometres of new shared use paths will connect Edithvale to Frankston as part of level crossing removal works, enhancing walking and cycling connections along the Frankston line.