Hurstbridge Line Upgrade

Enabling more train services, less crowding on peak trains, and better connections


The Hurstbridge Line Duplication will include:

  • a new Greensborough Station
  • upgrades to Montmorency Station
  • duplication of three kilometres of track between Greensborough and Montmorency
  • duplication of 1.5 kilometres of track between Diamond Creek and Wattle Glen
  • a new pedestrian connection at the Parkway Drain behind Diamond Valley College
  • upgrades to Platform 2 at Diamond Creek Station.

Construction will start in late 2020 and finish in 2022.

These works will allow more regular train services to run on the Hurstbridge line:

  • every 7 minutes from Greensborough
  • every 10 minutes from Montmorency and Eltham
  • every 20 minutes from Hurstbridge, Diamond Creek and Wattle Glen.
  • extra services along the line.

Stage 1 of the Hurstbridge Line Duplication was completed in 2018. It delivered a brand new station in Rosanna and removed two dangerous and congested level crossings at Grange Road in Alphington and Lower Plenty Road in Rosanna.

Map showing location of new works along Hurstbridge line between Greensborough and Montmorency, including new track, new rail bridge and pedestrian crossings, and new stations..Map showing location of works along Hurstbridge line between Diamond Creek and Wattle Glen, including new track and new pedestrian crossing.

Latest disruptions

Project timeline

Two level crossings removed, a new station at Rosanna and two extra weekday services for the Hurstbridge line


The Hurstbridge Line Upgrade is being delivered by the Level Crossing Removal Project. Visit the project website for more information.

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