Frankston Line

Frankston  
Good service - trains are running on time to five minutes.

As we upgrade our network with the Regional Rail Link and Springvale Level Crossing Removal projects, we also need to train our drivers on the new sections of track. In order to complete the training as quickly as possible and with the lowest impact to the network, we will be implementing some planned cancellations from 22 April – 30 May.

View the planned cancellations on the Frankston line here.

There are no scheduled planned works at this time

Hawthorn v Geelong
Saturday 23 August, first bounce 7:40pm
MCG


Aug 23

We’re running extra trains to get fans to and home from the huge clash between the Hawks & Cats at the MCG, Saturday 23 August.

Before the game, additional trains will run to Jolimont from:
Greensborough departing 6:24pm, stopping all stations
South Morang departing 6:29pm, stopping all stations

Before the game, additional trains will run to Richmond from:
Sandringham departing 6:38pm, stopping all stations
Syndal departing 6:40pm, stopping all stations

After the game, the following extra services will depart Jolimont:
Flinders Street, two extra services will depart platform 1
Eltham departing platform 2
Greensborough departing platform 2
South Morang, two extra services will depart platform 2

After the game, the following extra services will depart Richmond:
Glen Waverley, two extra services will depart platform 9/10
Upper Ferntree Gully departing platform 9/10
Cranbourne departing platform 6
Pakenham departing platform 6
Frankston, two extra services will depart platform 4
Sandringham, two extra services will depart platform 2

For more information on services to and from this event, contact Public Transport Victoria (PTV) on 1800 800 007.

Richmond v St Kilda
Sunday 24 August, first bounce 4:40pm
MCG


Aug 24

We’re running extra trains to get fans to and home from the clash between the Tigers & Saints at the MCG, Sunday 24 August.

Before the game, additional trains will run to Jolimont from:
Greensborough departing 3:39pm, stopping all stations
South Morang departing 3:25pm, stopping all stations

Before the game, additional trains will run to Richmond from:
Glen Waverley departing 3:35pm, stopping all stations
Sandringham departing 3:39pm, stopping all stations

After the game, the following extra services will depart Jolimont:
Greensborough departing platform 2
South Morang departing platform 2

After the game, the following extra services will depart Richmond:
Glen Waverley departing platform 9/10
Upper Ferntree Gully departing platform 9/10
Pakenham departing platform 6
Frankston departing platform 4
Sandringham departing platform 2

For more information on services to and from this event, contact Public Transport Victoria (PTV) on 1800 800 007.

1 August 2014 - 30 September 2014

The City of Kingston, Public Transport Victoria and VicTrack are working together to upgrade the bus interchange to improve commuters’ safety, access and amenity in and around Moorabbin Station and the bus interchange.

New improvements to the Moorabbin Station bus interchange include:
> New integrated feature wall, shelters and seating
> Fully accessible with raised pedestrian crossings and tactile indicators
> Improved lighting
> Artistic paving pattern
> New bus signage and timetables
> New pavement within bus interchange and along Station Street.

Impact of works
The works  are expected to be complete by the end of September 2014.

During the works, the bus interchange will be relocated to the Nepean Highway service lane directly in front of the Council offices, a short walk from the existing bus interchange.

Click here for further information on the project,  or call PTV on 1800 800 007.

23 August 2014 - 24 August 2014

What’s happening?

We’re clearing vegetation along the rail line between Carrum and Seaford stations.

This maintenance work is essential to ensure the ongoing safety and efficiency of the network. Major vegetation clearing will commence 10:00pm Saturday 23 August and will continue until 7:00am Sunday 24 August.

We will endeavour to minimise the amount of time required for night works.

How will this affect me?

Due to the nature of the works and machinery required, including chainsaws, medium – high level construction noise may be experienced. Where required, audible track safety measures may also be deployed to warn train drivers of work taking place on the line ahead.

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.

Lighting towers will be installed near work sites and will be directed away from residents where possible.

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.

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

For further information, please contact PTV on 1800 800 007 (6am–midnight, 7 days).

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