Belgrave Line

Belgrave  

Minor Delays
25 Nov 0:21

Citybound delays up to 10 minutes due to a signalling equipment fault near Heatherdale. Please listen for announcements as services may be altered at short notice.

There are no scheduled extra services at this time

15 November 2017 - 9 December 2017

Due to Aurora Building Construction Works, the La Trobe Street access to Melbourne Central Station will be closed.

When is this occurring?
Wednesday 15 November – Saturday 9 December

How will this affect me?
Melbourne Central Station will be accessible via Swanston Street and Elizabeth Street.

Alternative access to La Trobe Street will be via Melbourne Central Shopping Centre.

We thank you for your understanding during these works.

Further information
For more information please visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call 1800 800 007.

26 November 2017 - 29 November 2017

Sunday 26 – Wednesday 29 November
9pm – 4am each night

Due to maintenance work on track infrastructure, structures and facilities, electrical networks and signalling, there will be night works between Burnley, Box Hill and Alamein stations.

HOW WILL THIS AFFECT ME?
Due to the nature of the works and heavy machinery required, including special track machines, excavators, front end loaders and chainsaws, medium – high level construction noise will be experienced.

While these works take place you may also experience more local traffic from work vehicles and replacement bus services.

To minimise construction impacts, the Metro team and our contractors will aim to reduce excessive noise and will make every effort to minimise disturbance to residents.

While we will make every effort to complete works within these time frames, some activities may need to be rescheduled in the event of bad weather or other unavoidable circumstances.

These works are to ensure the ongoing safety and efficiency of the network.

We thank you in advance for your understanding during these works.

FURTHER INFORMATION
For more information please visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call 1800 800 007.

30 November 2017 - 6 December 2017

From 9pm Thursday 30 November to 4am Wednesday 6 December

As part of the signalling upgrade works, there will be night works  between Richmond and Hawthorn stations.

HOW WILL THIS AFFECT ME?
Due to the nature of the works and equipment required, medium-high levels of construction noise will be experienced at times. Lighting towers will be installed near work sites and will be directed away from residential properties where possible. Please note the following work locations and planned construction activities:

Location Date / time Noise Levels Construction activities / impacts
White Street, East Richmond to Burnley Street, Burnley From 9 pm on Thursday 30 November until 3 am on Sunday 3 December Medium- high Excavators and Elevated Work Platforms (EWPs) will be in operation and working within the rail corridor
From 3am on Sunday 3 December until 4 am  on Wednesday 6 December Low Workers with hand-held tools in rail corridor.
Burnley Street, Burnley to  Madden Grove level crossing From 9 pm on Thursday 30 November until 3 am on Sunday 3 December High Operational noise from excavators and elevated work platforms working within the rail corridor
From 3am on Sunday 3 December until 4 am  on Wednesday 6 December Low Workers with hand-held tools in rail corridor.
Madden Grove level crossing to Yarra Street, Hawthorn From 9 pm on Thursday 30 November until 4 am on Wednesday 6 December Low- Medium Workers with hand-held tools in rail corridor, with the occasional movement of operational Excavators

Our workers will access the rail corridor in the following locations:

  • White Street Depot, Cremorne
  • Madden Grove, near Burnley Street
  • Madden Grove, near Bicentennial Park
  • Intersection Madden Grove and Swan Street (at level crossing)

Traffic control will be on hand as a safety precaution as vehicles enter and leave the rail corridor. For your safety, please observe all safety signage and instructions put in place by our workers.

These works must be carried out while trains are not running to ensure the safety of our workers and train users.

Our works are subject to weather conditions and unforeseen circumstances which may impact our construction program.

To enable these works to take place, buses will replace trains during the following periods:

  • From 8.30pm Thursday 30 November to Tuesday 5 December from Parliament to Camberwell stations on the Belgrave, Lilydale and Alamein lines and Richmond to Darling stations on the Glen Waverley line.

Normal train services will resume on all lines on Wednesday 6 December.

We thank you in advance for your patience during these works.

FURTHER INFORMATION
For more information about the project and for journey planning and service information please call 1800 800 007, 6am – midnight (all night Friday and Saturday) or email ptvprojects@ptv.vic.gov.au.

10 December 2017 - 12 December 2017

Sunday 10 – Tuesday 12 December
9pm – 4am each night

Due to maintenance work on track infrastructure, structures and facilities, electrical networks and signalling, there will be night works between Box Hill, Belgrave and Lilydale stations.

HOW WILL THIS AFFECT ME?
Due to the nature of the works and heavy machinery required, including special track machines, excavators, front end loaders and chainsaws, medium – high level construction noise will be experienced.

While these works take place you may also experience more local traffic from work vehicles and replacement bus services.

To minimise construction impacts, the Metro team and our contractors will aim to reduce excessive noise and will make every effort to minimise disturbance to residents.

While we will make every effort to complete works within these time frames, some activities may need to be rescheduled in the event of bad weather or other unavoidable circumstances.

These works are to ensure the ongoing safety and efficiency of the network.

We thank you in advance for your understanding during these works.

FURTHER INFORMATION
For more information please visit ptv.vic.gov.au or call 1800 800 007.

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