Apparently preliminary works started ahead of schedule, late last week.Preliminary works have started on the new railway station and road overpass to service growing residential areas at Williams Landing, as part of the Brumby Labor Government’s major investment in transport infrastructure in the western suburbs.http://www.premier.vic.gov.au/newsroom/12101.html
Roads and Ports Minister Tim Pallas and Public Transport Minister Martin Pakula were joined by Member for Altona Jill Hennessy to mark the start of works today on a vital project for residents in Point Cook and surrounding areas.
“The Brumby Labor Government supports sustainable population growth and is determined to link it with new job opportunities, better transport links and services for families,” Mr Pallas said.
“The Williams Landing Project provides a significant boost to Wyndham’s transport network, building on and supporting new residential communities at Point Cook and at Williams Landing, which is being developed on the site of the old RAAF Laverton Air Base.”
Mr Pakula said the new railway station was part of a $220 million Government investment into expanding rail services across Melbourne, with the initial works to pave the way for major works to start early next year.
They don't say where the three Members met or what the nature of the works is. The use of the word "works" suggests civil engineering rather than paperwork. At least it started early.
I was going to report this and bump my other thread (the one with the render) but I couldn't be bothered searching for it.
I've seen some EDI Works trucks near the threshold of runway 35 (The very end bit of the runway you can see just when you're passing palmers road)
Interestingly enough, my train into Melbourne lost power exactly there the otherday and rolled to Aircraft.