Two Melbourne Train Stations Are Set To SHUT For THREE WEEKS
Trains are set to skip Carnegie and Murrumbeena stations throughout September, which will include the first three weeks of the footy finals, as work behind on the Sky Rail Project.
The stations are set to be elevated and rebuilt as part of Labor’s level crossing removal project along the Cranbourne-Pakenham line.
The tracks will be elevated for kilometres, and the work includes the redevelopment of five stations.
Metro Trains are trying to minimise the long disruptions by closing the stations between Sunday, August 28 and September 26 while temporary stations are built.
The temporary stations will allow locals to use trains still while the new stations are in built in 2018.