Join us for Pakenham's open space online workshops

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We’re removing the level crossings at McGregor Road, Main Street and Racecourse Road by building a 2.5km rail bridge over the roads.

By raising the rail line, we're creating more than 6 MCGs worth of new open space for locals to enjoy.

We’re hosting 2 online workshops to hear from the community what they’d like to see in this new open space which will include a combination of:

  • community recreation facilities
  • walking and cycling paths
  • landscaped areas.

At each session you can:

  • share your feedback on the new open space
  • share your ideas on what you think we should include or consider in its design
  • speak with our project team.

You’re invited to join us on Wednesday 27 October and Thursday 28 October for our interactive online workshops – scroll down for session times and how to register.

Dates and times

  • Wednesday 27 October, 12pm to 1pm
  • Thursday 28 October, 5pm to 6pm

How to register

To join our Wednesday 27 October interactive online community workshop please register via Eventbrite.

To join our Thursday 28 October interactive online community workshop please register via Eventbrite

Bookings are essential and free.

A Zoom link will be sent to attendees 24 hours prior to the event. Participants will be able to ask questions via video or in the chat function.

If you have any questions or accessibility requirements in advance of the workshops, please call 1800 105 105 or email us at contact@levelcrossings.vic.gov.au


Other opportunities to have your say

If you can’t join our workshops, you can still have your say about what you’d like to see in this new open space by visiting our online engagement hub at Engage Victoria before 5pm, Monday 8 November.

View the designs

Designs have been released for the brand-new Pakenham and East Pakenham stations.

Works to remove these 3 level crossings have begun with the level crossings gone in 2023/2024.

The new stations and open space will be ready for locals to enjoy in 2024.

Level Crossing Removal