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The Level Crossing Removal Project is delivering a new train storage yard for regional trains, known as stabling, to be constructed on government land north of Wyndham Vale Station.

The new facility will help to replace existing stabling at the E-Gate facility near Footscray — making way for an extension of Wurundjeri Way as part of the West Gate Tunnel Project.

The new facility is essential to meet interpeak stabling needs for V/Line trains operating on the regional rail network, while also ensuring there is capacity to house additional trains in the future.

The project will involve construction of a stabling yard, driver facilities and a bypass track connected to the Geelong line, which will allow trains to access the facility without delaying passenger services.

The design of the facility – housing up to six V/Line ‘VLocity’ trains – also caters for a further stabling expansion and a maintenance facility if needed in the future.

The project commenced in late 2018 and is expected to be completed by early 2020.

Concept images for the facility can be viewed here.

Current disruptions

31 Mar 2020 1585573200 1586527140 to 10 Apr 2020

Geelong line – coaches replace trains


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Coaches replace trains on the Geelong line between Geelong and Melbourne from Tuesday 31 March to Friday 10 April.


Spring-ing into action at Wyndham Vale

Spring-ing into action at Wyndham Vale

03 Oct 2019
Works on track for train storage in Wyndham Vale

Works on track for train storage in Wyndham Vale

11 Apr 2019

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Wyndham Vale - Frequently asked questions

27 Sep 2018

Wyndham Vale Stabling Facility - Frequently asked questions


Wyndham Vale Stabling Facility

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