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Posted in Victorian Rail News on 2017-04-10 13:42:07
Drilling rigs have been moved to Franklin and A'Beckett streets on the northern side of Melbourne's CBD as early work ramps up on the $11 billion Metro rail project.
The Andrews government has been handed three final bid proposals to construct the nine-kilometre tunnel and five new underground stations.
Victoria's biggest public transport project has been sidelined, with just $10 million committed in the 2013-14 state budget for the Melbourne Metro rail tunnel.
The money will go towards further planning for the multibillion-dollar project, a nine-kilometre tunnel beneath the city centre which has been identified by the state's rail planners as the only effective way to create significant new capacity on Melbourne's urban rail network
WHEN two trucks and a ute collided on Melbourne's busiest road at 7am yesterday, the impact reverberated across the city. Thousands were late to work, businesses lost productivity and a major Melbourne transport weakness was again exposed - dependence on the West Gate-Monash freeway.