Only Labor will remove 75 dangerous and congested Level Crossings by 2025

Only a re-elected Andrews Labor Government will keep removing our most dangerous and congested level crossings, with another 25 set to be consigned to history. Every Victorian has their own story of level crossing frustration, whether you’re in the car, on the train, on a bike or on foot. For many, …

Underground Suburban Rail Loop to connect Victoria

A re-elected Andrews Government will start work on the biggest transformation of public transport in Australian history – a new underground rail network circling Melbourne’s suburbs. The Suburban Rail Loop will connect every major train line from the Frankston line all the way to the Werribee line …

Airport Rail to take off under Labor Government

Construction of the Melbourne Airport Rail Link will begin in the next term of a re-elected Andrews Labor Government. Premier Daniel Andrews today announced that a re-elected Labor Government would provide up to $5 billion towards the construction of the long-awaited project, matching the commitment from the …

Every Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Gone

Each and every level crossing between Caulfield and Dandenong is officially a relic of the past as part of the single biggest Level Crossing Removal Project in Melbourne’s history, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government. A new 3.2-kilometre stretch of elevated rail opened for passengers today between …

Harnessing opportunities in the Caulfield Station Precinct

The Victorian Government is looking to residents, students and wider community members to share their ideas about the future of the Caulfield Station Precinct. The Victorian Planning Authority (VPA), the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) and Glen Eira City Council and are preparing a …

Mobile coverage for regional train passengers

Passengers on Victoria’s five busiest regional rail lines will start to experience better mobile coverage on their journeys as the Andrews Labor Government’s Regional Rail Connectivity Project (RRCP) gathers pace. About a quarter of V/Line’s Vlocity trains are now fitted with mobile signal boosters, with …

New tram to connect city’s south-east

The Andrews Labor Government is making it easier for locals in Melbourne’s busy south-eastern suburbs to get between Caulfield and Rowville, with planning and design to begin on a new tram route to connect the precincts. The route would provide a fast, alternative transport option for thousands of Victorians …

Major road changes for metro tunnel works

Road closures, lane reductions and major construction will begin next month as part of the biggest public transport project in Victoria’s history – the Metro Tunnel. Acting Minister for Public Transport Luke Donnellan announced extended lane reductions on St Kilda Road and the complete closure of …

Free Tram Zone extended for Big Bash Derby

Melbourne’s Free Tram Zone will be extended to stops near the MCG for this Saturday’s Big Bash League, Battle of Melbourne double-header. On Saturday 6 January tram services from the CBD to stops 9,10 and 11 on Wellington Parade near the MCG will be free, all day, Saturday 6 January, The Free Tram Zone …