Traffic changes in the St Kilda Road precinct
To prepare for major construction we are making some changes to the road and public transport network around the future Anzac Station.
Ongoing until late December
- Reduced to one lane southbound from Domain Road to Bromby Street.
Mid November to early December
- Intermittent lane closures citybound between Park Street and Kings Way.
From 12 July for approximately five years
- A long-term closure (for approximately five years) of Domain Road between St Kilda Road and the western edge of Edmund Herring Oval.
- The southern leg of Albert Road is currently closed for South Yarra Main Sewer Works (PDF, 651.0 KB).
- The existing traffic detour connects St Kilda Road and Kings Way.
- No left turn from St Kilda Road into Albert Road
Early to mid-December
- Eastbound lane closure between St Kilda Road and Queens Lane.
From 12 July
- Toorak Road West will operate as one traffic lane in each direction between St Kilda Road and Park Street, South Yarra.
- Access to and from side streets from Toorak Road West has been maintained with the inclusion of two median openings, where U-turns will be permitted. These openings will allow traffic to get to and from the westbound lanes of Toorak Road West adjacent to Fawkner Park, and are located at Domain Street and slightly east of Millswyn Street. Traffic can turn directly to and from Domain Street from Toorak Road West to access Domain Street itself and also Bromby Street, Adams Street and Arnold Street.
- Eastbound night work lane closures between Arnold and Marne streets.
Changes to public transport
From 12 July
New tram infrastructure has been delivered to help keep our trams moving during Metro Tunnel construction. The new infrastructure includes rerouting tram Route 58 to Toorak Road West, and new tram stops on St Kilda Road and Toorak Road West.
Normal tram services resumed on 12 July.
There will be minor works to complete the new tram platforms until August.
From 25 June 2017, Route 605 was rerouted to travel along Anderson Street and Birdwood Avenue into the western end of the CBD, along Queen Street as far as La Trobe Street. The new route allows passengers to connect to trams along St Kilda Road, as well as trains at Flagstaff Station.
Pedestrians and cyclists
Pedestrian and cycling access will be maintained along St Kilda Road while Metro Tunnel tram works are underway.
People walking and cycling in the area should remain alert to the changed conditions and follow the safety directions of traffic management staff.