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The upgrade of the North Melbourne Station concourse has been completed so people can now move around the station at either end of the platforms.
Also as part of the upgrade, the station has new passenger information displays, lifts and escalators and canopies to protect you from the weather, and it's safer, with resurfaced platforms and new digital CCTV.
The station is fully accessible for people with disabilities, elderly people and people with mobility impairments.
More than 11,000 people pass through the station every weekday and thousands of passengers use it as an interchange between V/Line and City Loop services.
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