Frankston Line

Frankston  
Good service - trains are running on time to five minutes.
There are no scheduled extra services at this time

1 February 2018 - 30 November 2018

There will be temporary long-term and short-term closures of station car parks and changes to pedestrian access in and around Carrum, Kananook and Frankston stations on the Frankston line.

Full and partial car park closures:

 

Carrum Station
While works take place as part of the Station Street Level Crossing Removal Project, approx. 35 car spaces near the Patterson River along Station Street will be closed long term.

WHEN IS THIS OCCURING?
From Wednesday 7 March to late-October

In addition to the above closure, approx. 15 car spaces in the Station Street car park will be closed temporarily.

Please note Disability Permit car spaces will be relocated within the Station Street car park during these works.

WHEN IS THIS OCCURING?
From Monday 25 June to Wednesday 25 July

Kananook Station
While works take place as part of the Seaford Road Level Crossing Removal Project, approx. 30 car spaces in the Kananook Station car park will be closed long term.

WHEN IS THIS OCCURING?
From 6am Monday 26 March to late-September

Frankston Station
While works take place as part of the New Frankston Station , approx. 118 car spaces in the Frankston Station car park off Fletcher Street will be closed long term.

WHEN IS THIS OCCURING?
From Friday 9 March to late November

To ensure there is no loss of car parking for rail customers during construction, alternative all-day parking has been provided in the Playne/ Young Street car park, just 400m from Frankston Station.

For a map of the alternative car parking, click here. 

In addition to the above closure, approx. six car spaces in the Fletcher Road car park will be long term.

WHEN IS THIS OCCURING?
From Friday 9 March to 30 September

Pedestrian access changes:

Frankston Station
While works take place as part of the New Frankston Station, the parkiteer cage closest to the station entry was removed on Friday 6 April.

Alternative bicycle parking is available in the parkiteer cage further down Young Street, which will remain open throughout construction.

The parkiteer will be dismantled and stored, and will be relocated to the Fletcher Road car park once construction of the new Frankston Station is complete.

WHEN IS THIS OCCURING?
From Friday 6 April to late November

In addition to the changes above, the Customer Service Office at Frankston Station will be relocated to temporary buildings in the Fletcher Road car park.

WHEN IS THIS OCCURING?
From Sunday 22 April to mid-July

Please observe any safety signage and instructions put in place by workers during construction.

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

FURTHER INFORMATION
For information on the project, please contact the Level Crossing Removal Project on 1800 105 105 or email contact@levelcrossings.vic.gov.au

22 July 2018 - 25 July 2018

Sunday 22 to Wednesday 25 July, from 9pm to 4am each night

Due to maintenance work on track infrastructure, structures and facilities, electrical networks and signalling, there will be night works between Moorabbin, Frankston and Stony Point 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.

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

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