25 March 2024

Your new Narre Warren Station precinct

As part of the Victorian Government's commitment to removing 110 dangerous and congested level crossings, we've removed the level crossing at Webb Street, Narre Warren.

The Webb Street boom gates were down for up to 33% of the morning peak, causing delays for 13,200 vehicles every day.

We've now completed the new rail bridge over Webb Street after installing giant concrete beams, a steel bridge section over Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road and new rail tracks.

The new, elevated Narre Warren Station will open in late March 2024. We'll continue working until mid 2024 to finalise the station precinct, including the remaining car parks, path connections and the new landscaped forecourt.

The new station will feature 2 accessible elevated platforms, an air-conditioned waiting room and kiosk, secure bike storage, a landscaped forecourt with seating, and improved pedestrian connections to Narre Warren Village.

Going over Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road

In addition to the elevated rail bridge over Webb Street, we've built a new steel structure over Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road beside the existing bridge.

The existing bridge will remain to provide important maintenance access to the rail track.

Narre Warren Station features

  • Two modern, elevated platforms with lifts and stairs.
  • Weather protected stairs, shelter on the platforms.
  • An enclosed, air-conditioned waiting room.
  • New ticket office and kiosk in the station.
  • Pathways, security cameras and improved lighting throughout the precinct.
  • Pick-up, drop-off and taxi zone south of the station.
  • Station forecourt with seating and landscaping for the community to enjoy.
  • A 52 bike bay Parkiteer (secure bike parking cage), 62 bike hoops and a bike repair station for people to cycle to the station and Narre Warren Village.
  • Upgrades to the existing car parks.
  • Signalised pedestrian crossing on Webb Street to ensure the community can cross the street safely and conveniently at Narre Warren Station.
  • Bigger bus bays to allow for 2 buses to stop on either side of the road without blocking traffic on Webb Street.