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Building the Metro Tunnel

The world’s best have been chosen to build the Metro Tunnel, Victoria’s biggest ever public transport project.

The Metro Tunnel will connect some of Melbourne’s busiest train lines, freeing up space in the City Loop.

A consortium led by Lendlease Engineering, John Holland, Bouygues Construction and Capella Capital has been selected to build the Metro Tunnel and five new underground stations.

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The Metro Tunnel will free up the City Loop, Melbourne’s biggest bottleneck

Building the Metro Tunnel

Applications are now open for the 2018 Graduate Program.

The program provides recent graduates the opportunity to work with world-class industry experts on three of the biggest megaprojects Melbourne has ever undertaken.

Find out more about the Graduate Program and how to apply.

During peak construction thousands of people will be working to build the Metro Tunnel.

Find out about current job opportunities.

How the Metro Tunnel benefits your train line

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Craigieburn
Cranbourne / Pakenham
Frankston
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Sunbury
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Werribee / Williamstown
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Development Plans

Development Plans are required to be prepared by contractors appointed to deliver permanent infrastructure or any other above-ground works / structures for the Metro Tunnel Project.

Plans for the Park Street, South Melbourne Tram Stop are available for public viewing and comment.

Interactive map Interactive map

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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