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Level crossing removed

The Toorak Road, Kooyong level crossing will be removed by building a rail bridge over Toorak Road.

By elevating the rail line, we will ease the bottleneck for traffic entering and exiting the Monash Freeway, improve cycling and pedestrian connections, and create new open spaces for the community to enjoy.

Approximately 37,000 vehicles travel through the Toorak Road level crossing, with boom gates down for around 35 per cent of the morning peak.

Major works will begin later in 2019, with project completion expected by 2021.

Current disruptions

15 Jul 2019 to 1563112800 1594821540 Jul 2020

Tooronga Park – Weir Street access closed

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GLEN WAVERLEY LINE

Access to Tooronga Park, Malvern from Weir Street will be temporarily closed from Monday 15 July 2019 until mid 2020 with detours in place.

News

Contract awarded for Toorak Road Level crossing removal

Contract awarded for Toorak Road Level crossing removal

12 Jun 2019
Community consultation creates safer crossing

Community consultation creates safer crossing

15 May 2019

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Toorak Road, Kooyong community update – July 2019

01 Jul 2019

A contract has now been awarded to get rid of the dangerous and congested level crossing at Toorak Road, Kooyong, one of the 75 level crossings being removed across Melbourne.

Toorak Road, Kooyong community update - February 2019

18 Feb 2019

We are getting rid of the dangerous and congested level crossing at Toorak Road, Kooyong, one of the 75 level crossings being removed across Melbourne.

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Toorak Road, Kooyong

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