Removing more level crossings

Every Victorian has experienced level crossing frustration, whether in the car, on the train, on a bike or on foot.

Men working on level crossing removal

And for far too many, they’re more than a frustration – they’re the scene of a serious injury or, tragically, the place where a loved one was lost forever.

It’s why the Victorian Government promised to remove 50 of our state’s most dangerous and congested level crossings by 2022, with 20 gone by 2018.

With 29 level crossings already gone for good, the Victorian Budget 2019/20 invests a further $6.6 billion to remove a total of 75 crossings by 2025, cutting congestion and making our communities safer.

The additional 25 level crossing removal sites include:

  • Argyle Avenue, Chelsea
  • Camms Road, Cranbourne
  • Cardinia Road, Pakenham
  • Chelsea Road, Chelsea
  • Cramer Street, Preston
  • Evans Road, Lyndhurst
  • Fitzgerald Road, Ardeer
  • Glen Huntly Road, Glen Huntly
  • Greens Road, Dandenong South
  • McGregor Road, Pakenham
  • Main Street, Pakenham
  • Mont Albert Road, Mont Albert
  • Mt Derrimut Road, Deer Park
  • Munro Street, Coburg
  • Murray Road, Preston
  • Neerim Road, Glenhuntly
  • Oakover Road, Preston
  • Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing
  • Racecourse Road, Pakenham
  • Reynard Street, Coburg
  • Robinsons Road, Deer Park
  • Station Street/Gap Road, Sunbury
  • Swanpool Avenue, Chelsea
  • Union Road, Surrey Hills
  • Webster Street, Dandenong

Reviewed 24 May 2019

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