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Travel disruptions

Works to build the new Metro Tunnel stations ramp up during the school holidays.

St Kilda Road will be reduced intermittently to one lane city-bound between Kings Way and Park Street for several days at a time over a 20 day period from 25 September.

Royal Parade will be reduced in the city-bound direction to one city-bound lane and one turning lane for 6 weeks from 2 October.

Tram services will run as usual on St Kilda Road and Royal Parade during the works.

Find out more about disruptions and how to plan changes to your journey.

Station names

Victorians have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to make their mark on Melbourne by naming the new Metro Tunnel stations.

Find out more about the new Metro Tunnel stations and resources for teachers to involve students in the process.

How the Metro Tunnel benefits your train line

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Construction underway

Works are underway across Melbourne to build the Metro Tunnel. View details of current and upcoming works in each precinct.

Construction may impact how you travel. See the Changes to your Journey section for tips and information.

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Explore our interactive map

Extending from Kensington in the west to South Yarra in the south-east, the Metro Tunnel will involve construction of two nine-kilometre twin rail tunnels and five new underground stations.

Explore our interactive map to see concept images of each station and how the Metro Tunnel will connect to the existing Sunbury and Cranbourne / Pakenham lines.

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