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The designs for the new Moreland and Coburg rail stations in Melbourne have been revealed to local residents.
Architecture firm, Wood Marsh, is working with the Level Crossing Removal Project to develop the modern stations. The designs preserve and integrate existing heritage station buildings while reflecting the vibrancy and diversity of the local area.
The stations will be delivered as part of the Bell to Moreland Level Crossing Removal Project, which will see four level crossings removed on the Upfield line.
The new stations will be safer and more accessible for the 3,800 people that use them each day and will feature:
Construction on the new stations and level crossing removals will commence later this year, with passengers back on trains and using the new stations in 2021.
This article first appeared on infrastructuremagazine.com.au
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