2 May 2022

The Victorian Government is removing 20 dangerous level crossings and building 13 new stations as part of a $4 billion upgrade on the Frankston Line that will improve safety, reduce congestion, and allow more trains to run more often.

We’re removing two dangerous and congested level crossings at Neerim Road and Glen Huntly Road by lowering the rail line into a trench and building a new Glenhuntly Station.

As part of preparation works for major construction, underground power and signalling for the Frankston Line is being upgraded to improve the reliability of train services.

From Wednesday 1 June to Thursday 30 June, an underground bore will be installed, and trenching works will take place from Neerim Road along Queens Avenue to Lord Street and Derby Crescent. This is for the Combined Services Route (CSR) which carries rail signalling and electronics cabling.

Some of these works may need to be carried out at night. Where this is the case, we undertake noise modelling and are in direct contact with highly impacted residents individually.

Works taking place

Underground bore and trenching works will take place as follows:


Neerim Road to Queens Avenue

Wednesday 1 June to Thursday 9 June

Friday 10 June to Thursday 30 June

4 to 6 Queens Avenue

12 Queens Avenue

14 to 16 Queens Avenue

23 to 25 Lord Street

Friday 10 June to Tuesday 14 June

Friday 10 June to Thursday 30 June

Lord Street to Derby Crescent

Already Completed

Wednesday 15 June to Thursday 30 June

What to expect during construction

  • Day works: Moderate noise from machinery, such as drilling machines and increase in construction workers, vehicles, and equipment onsite
  • Night works: As above, with the addition of light towers


Trench and boring area near Glenhuntly Station

Staying in touch

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You can sign up to text message alerts for major traffic and construction impacts for the Glen Huntly Level Crossing Removal Project by texting ‘GH’to 0429 839 892.

To speak to the team please contact us 24/7 on 1800 105 105 or contact@levelcrossings.vic.gov.au