Over the next eight years the Level Crossing Removal Authority will oversee the removal of 50 dangerous and congested level crossings across Melbourne. The Victorian Government allocated $2.4 billion in its 2015-16 budget to remove at least 20 level crossings by 2018. These sites form the basis of a long-term strategic plan being developed to remove all 50 level crossings by 2022. Construction has already commenced on several sites, and planning and early consultation is underway for the delivery of the entire project. The Level Crossing Removal Authority is overseeing the delivery of the project, ensuring that level crossings are removed in a coordinated and efficient manner. The Authority is responsible for all aspects of the project including planning and development, stakeholder engagement, procurement, through to construction and delivery.
Clyde Road Level Crossing Removal Project
Cranbourne Line Upgrade (Package A)
Evans and Cardinia Road Level Crossing Removal Projects
Level Crossing Removal Project - Melton Highway
Level Crossing Removal Project - Mernda Rail Extension
Level Crossing Removal Project - North Eastern Program Alliance - Hurstbridge Line Upgrade
Level Crossing Removal Project – North Western Project Alliance – Buckley Street
Level Crossing Removal Project - Package 4 - Caulfield to Dandenong
Level Crossing Removal Project Package 1 - Burke, North, McKinnon, Centre
Level Crossings Removal Project - Package 2 - Blackburn Rd, Heatherdale Rd, Furlong Rd, Main Rd
Level Crossings Removal Project - Package 3 - Bayswater
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Bayswater Sustainability Report