Travel options in the Domain precinct
The construction of Anzac Station will be staged to manage impacts on the road and tram network while maintaining access to nearby buildings and facilities.
As a minimum, one traffic lane in each direction will be provided along St Kilda Road between Dorcas Street and Toorak Road / Kings Way for several years during major construction.
St Kilda Road has been temporarily reconfigured to one traffic lane in each direction between Dorcas Street and Toorak Road West.
Domain Road closed between St Kilda Road and the western edge of Edmund Herring Oval and will remain closed for approximately five years.
Local trams will continue to run as normal on St Kilda Road except during short-term periods of bus replacements.
Domain interchange has been replaced with a new stop north of Park Street while the station is constructed.
The Bowen Crescent tram stop is out of service from January 2018.
Bus passengers on routes 216, 219, 220 and 605 may be affected by on-road delays and are encouraged to allow extra travel time.
Cyclists will continue to have access to dedicated on-road cycle lanes with minimal delays, however, should remain alert to the changed conditions.
Temporary changes to local pedestrian routes will be required during construction. These changes will be communicated in advance and signage will be in place.
Leave earlier or later
If you can, beat the crowds. St Kilda Road trams carry more passengers between 8am and 9am and 5pm and 6pm than any other time in the day.
Avoid the rush on the roads. On weekdays you can save time by not driving on St Kilda Road between 8am and 9:30am and 5pm and 6:30pm.
Consider your type of transport
Ride past the congestion on St Kilda Road. Bicycle lanes are being maintained in each direction on St Kilda Road throughout works.
Try a different route
If you can, avoid driving on St Kilda Road and use Kings Way, Canterbury Road or Beaconsfield Parade. Use the real-time navigation to find your best route and look out for on-road advice.