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Due to works as part of the Level Crossing Removal Project, selected train services on the Bairnsdale and Traralgon lines will be affected by temporary service alterations during the evening from Tuesday 5 September until Thursday, 7 September 2017.
Journey times may be extended by up to 45 minutes.
Service changesTowards Traralgon/BairnsdaleThe following train service will operate from Southern Cross to Traralgon, with road coaches replacing trains from Traralgon to Bairnsdale:
Road coaches will replace the following services from Southern Cross to Pakenham, connecting with a train service from Pakenham to Traralgon:
Towards MelbourneThe following train service will originate at Traralgon at 7.42pm. Services from Bairnsdale to Rosedale will be replaced by coaches stopping all stations to Traralgon, setting down customers as required at stations between Traralgon and Southern Cross:
The following train services will operate from Traralgon to Pakenham, with road coaches replacing trains from Pakenham to Southern Cross:
Please note: Road coaches will not pick up or set down customers at Richmond or Clayton stations.
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