By the end of the year, Frankston will have a brand new station with improvements to design, accessibility and safety.

The designs capture the station’s beach side surroundings and create a space for community events and festivals.

The new station features:

  • new station buildings and comfortable waiting room
  • improved lighting, hearing loops and security cameras
  • improved access for people with a disability
  • raised platforms to reduce the gap between the train and platform, making it easier to get on and off.

Construction kicks off this month as part of the $63 million Frankston Station Precinct Redevelopment and will be delivered by an alliance led by John Holland and KBR.

For more information about this project, visit the Level Crossing Removal Authority website.

An artist's impression of the new Myki barriers and customer service kiosk
New platforms will be built at Frankston Station
An artist's impression of the new entrance to Frankston Station
The station will reflect its bayside surroundings
The design proposes a station canopy
The platforms will feature natural light

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