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On Sunday 21 July, footpath access to West Footscray Station, underneath Geelong Road, will be closed between 6am and 10pm.
The footbridge over the railway line will remain open and access to the station will still be available from Cross Street and the Sunshine Road car park (via a temporary ramp).
Access across the railway corridor is also available at Victoria Street, and Middle Footscray and Seddon railway stations remain open.
Station access from Monday 22 July
From Monday 22 July, the way you access West Footscray Station and the footbridge over the railway line is changing so that Regional Rail Link can continue work for the project.
If you’re coming from Seddon or Kingsville, a detour will be in place that will take you past the location of your new station. You will need to allow an extra 8-10 minutes to walk to the station and across the rail corridor.
For your safety, we encourage you to use the signed detour shown on the map and the temporary pedestrian crossings provided.
This detour will be in place until late 2013 so they can realign Buckley Street to make way for the new Regional Rail Link tracks.
West Footscray Station remains open during construction and rail replacement buses will continue to depart from Sunshine Road during rail disruptions.
For more information about the project visit regionalraillink.vic.gov.au (link opens in a new window)
This article first appeared on ptv.vic.gov.au
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