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Major works are about to stay with a ‘big dig’ at one of Melbourne’s busiest level crossings and there will be delays and street closures in the area.
Around 19,000 vehicles pass through Glenroy Road level crossing in Glenroy each day and the boom gates are down for 43 per cent of the morning peak.
From Tuesday night, a nine-day ‘big dig’ will start with buses replacing trains on part of the Craigieburn line. Excavating works and track upgrades will be carried out across 24 hour periods, meaning motorists could be affected at any time.
Minister for Transport Infrastructure, Jacinta Allan, said the excavation will have four Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of dirt removed. Credit: 7NEWSThe disruption will run until April 16 .
Pascoe Vale Road southbound between Langton Street and Anselm Grove has been closed as well as parts of Electric Street.
On Tuesday, Minister for Transport Infrastructure, Jacinta Allan, said the excavation will involve four Olympic-sized swimming pools worth of dirt removed.
She warned residents there would be noise associated with the works.
Around 19,000 vehicles pass through Glenroy Road level crossing in Glenroy each day. Credit: Level Crossing Removal Project
This article first appeared on 7news.com.au
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