Construction in Parkville
The new station in Parkville connects this world-class education, health and research precinct to the rail network for the first time, and includes station entrances on the doorstep of the University of Melbourne and some of Victoria's biggest hospitals.
Current work notifications
What is happening?
(UPDATED 23 August)
Grattan Street and Royal Parade
Service relocations with the following traffic changes.
Barry, Leicester and Pelham Street
Service relocations with impacts such as:
Service relocations, requiring:
|7 August||Pelham Street|
22 May 2017
Within Melbourne University land on Grattan Street
Service relocations, impacts include:
1 May 2017
There will be nightworks, including lane closures from 4 August as well as from 7 to 9 August. Please be aware of:
Overview of current works
The current works in Parkville are being delivered by a Managing Contractor, John Holland, and include site preparation, identifying underground services and the relocation and protection of these services, as well as road upgrades in preparation for construction.
About the new station
The new Parkville Station will be located under Grattan Street near Royal Parade, providing a direct rail connection to the area for the first time and relieving pressure on local tram and road networks. Read more about Parkville Station.
The new underground station at Parkville will be built via a 'cut and cover' method, with a roof slab placed over the top of the site. Underground construction activities will take place 24/7 once the roof slab and acoustic treatments have been
installed. Read more about building the Parkville Station.