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By untangling the City Loop,
the Metro Tunnel will benefit
train lines across the network

By untangling the City Loop, the Metro Tunnel will benefit train lines across the network.

The Metro Tunnel will free up space in the City Loop to run more trains to and from the suburbs, by taking our busiest train lines through a new tunnel under the city.

That means more trains, more often across Victoria, with a less crowded and more reliable train network.

Work to build the massive 9km twin rail tunnels and five new underground stations is underway.

Anzac Station concept image

Updated station designs

Melbourne will be home to five stunning new landmarks when the underground stations for the Metro Tunnel open in 2025.

View the updated station designs and learn more about each station.

Works underway at the future State Library Station

Archeological digs underway

The state’s biggest ever archaeological investigation is underway in Melbourne's CBD.

Digs will take place at our CBD station locations with opportunities for community participants.

Works on Grattan Street

July train disruptions

Buses will replace trains on the Sandringham and Sunbury line over the first two weekends of July due to works at the sites of the tunnel entrances.

See the Works in South Yarra and Works in Kensington pages for details.

Viewing areas

Works 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.

Travel time savings across Victoria

Benefits for:
Select a train line:
Alamein Line
Belgrave / Lilydale Lines
Craigieburn Line
Cranbourne / Pakenham Lines
Frankston Line
Glen Waverley Line
Hurstbridge Line
Sandringham Line
South Morang Line
Sunbury Line
Upfield Line
Werribee / Williamstown Lines
Ballarat Line
Bendigo Line
Geelong / Warrnambool Lines
Gippsland Line
North-East Corridor

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