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Project news and updates

30 Mar 2020

2021 Victoria’s Big Build Graduate Program – applications now open

We’re seeking recent graduates from a range of disciplines to work on the Metro Tunnel Project as part of the 2021 Victoria’s Big Build Graduate Program.

17 Mar 2020

March Flinders Street Tram Disruption

Route 70, 75 and City Circle (35) tram services will be disrupted from the first tram service on Monday 23 March until the last tram service on Sunday 29 March.

26 Feb 2020

Swapping seats at RMIT

Swapping Seats sets out to raise awareness about where and how people who walk and ride should position themselves around trucks and heavy vehicles.

20 Feb 2020

Metro Tunnel celebrates five years

The Metro Tunnel this week marks five years since work began to transform Melbourne’s public transport network – and the milestones keep coming as work advances on worksites between Kensington and South Yarra.

17 Feb 2020

South Yarra development plan amendment on consultation

The community was invited to have your say on the proposed Development Plan amendments for the entrance to the Metro Tunnel in South Yarra (Eastern Portal).

10 Feb 2020

The Parkville Storytelling Project

As part of the Metro Tunnel Creative Program a new series of artworks are now on display on the construction hoardings in Grattan Street around the Parkville Station site.

06 Feb 2020

Metro Tunnel taking shape deep below Swanston Street

Construction of the Metro Tunnel Project’s new State Library Station is well underway, with the main station cavern now excavated and work starting on the permanent station.

31 Jan 2020

High capacity signalling test site in Pakenham East

Work is being undertaken at the Pakenham East Depot to establish a test site for High Capacity Signalling.

26 Jan 2020

South Yarra summer works completed early

The summer works program at South Yarra will finish four days ahead of schedule with trains returning to the Cranbourne, Pakenham, Frankston and Gippsland lines on Monday 27 January.

20 Jan 2020

The Metro Tunnel commissions Maree Clarke for line-wide artwork

The Metro Tunnel Project has commissioned one of Australia's pre-eminent multi-disciplinary artists, Maree Clarke, to deliver its line-wide legacy artwork which will help create a distinctive and unique commuting experience across the new line.

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