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Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal

Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal

The Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal (CTD) project involved the replacement of nine hazardous rail level crossings with five elevated railway stations along one of Melbourne’s busiest transport corridors. This project presented an opportunity to create a new linear park in Melbourne’s metropolitan zone by elevating the rail line and stations. For decades, this rail corridor had been a major barrier to urban connectivity, adding to road congestion, limiting links between suburbs, and restricting the introduction of new rail services. 

Cox Architecture led the design of the new stations, with each one having a consistent and unique architectural form that reflects the character of the station’s surroundings. The elevated viaduct features a split solution that reduces visual bulk, allowing light and rainfall into the linear parks below. The project has transformed 22 hectares of open space into a green linear park, enhancing opportunities for community sport, retail, cross-corridor connectivity, and social interaction.

Korb has been a key player in the success of the LRXP’s Station Upgrades since 2016 contributing to 34 of the 36 stations commissioned to date, thanks to our unwavering dedication to building strong partnerships with the major alliances. With our cutting-edge installation equipment, we offer unparalleled efficiency and quality, giving us a commanding advantage over others in the industry. Our proven track record of delivering large volumes of work within tight operating windows has earned us the trust of our clients in the rail corridor.

Sector: Civil Infrastructure (PTV)
Location: Carnegie Station, Murrumbeena Station, Hughesdale Station, Clayton Station and Noble Park Station
Completion: 2018
Builder: John Holland
Architect: Cox Architecture
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