Cranbourne and Pakenham lines disruptions

Cranbourne and Pakenham lines disruptions

Cranbourne and Pakenham lines disruptions

Disruptions on the Cranbourne and Pakenham lines

Below is an overview of the disruptions and details of bus replacements on the Cranbourne and Pakenham lines over the next few weeks.

February

▉ Buses replace trains

Moon icon Buses replace trains after 8pm only

 
Fri

16

Sat

17

Sun

18

Mon

19

Tues

20

Cranbourne
         
Pakenham
         
 
Wed

21

Thurs

22

Fri

23

Sat

24

Sun

25

Cranbourne
         
Pakenham
         
 
Mon

26

Tues

27

Wed

28

Thurs

29

 
Cranbourne
         
Pakenham
         

March

▉ Buses replace trains

Moon icon Buses replace trains after 8pm only

 
Fri

1

Sat

2

Sun

3

Mon

4

Tues

5

Cranbourne
         
Pakenham
         
 
Wed

6

Thurs

7

Fri

8

Sat

9

Sun

10

Cranbourne
         
Pakenham
         
 
Mon

11

Tues

12

Wed

13

Thurs

14

Fri

15

Cranbourne
         
Pakenham
         
Times and dates Type of works Line Buses replace trains between

1am Saturday 9 March to last service Sunday 10 March

Weekend Cranbourne and Pakenham Caulfield and Westall

If you are travelling further, find out about disruptions on the Gippsland Line.

Victoria's Big Build is making the Cranbourne and Pakenham lines level crossing-free by 2025.

Victoria's Big Build has removed 17 dangerous and congested level crossings from the Cranbourne and Pakenham lines, with another ten to go by 2025. Victoria's Big Build has built seven new stations on the Cranbourne and Pakenham lines, and will deliver another three stations on the Pakenham line by 2025.

Along with the Metro Tunnel, the upgrades to the Cranbourne and Pakenham lines will make rail and road travel easier, faster and more reliable for Melbourne’s southeast, providing better access to jobs, health and education for people in this growth area of Melbourne.

Regular maintenance and critical safety works undertaken by Metro Trains Melbourne will also continue to ensure the safety and efficiency of Melbourne's metropolitan rail network.

For more information, please visit bigbuild.vic.gov.au.

 

Additional travel support and information

Car park and pedestrian access changes: Temporary car park closures and changes to pedestrian access will affect stations along the line during the works.

For the safety and comfort of all passengers, there are restrictions on what you may take with you on buses.

You cannot:

  • Take a conventional bike on a bus or tram (only folding bikes that meet the size criteria).
  • Take an animal on a bus or tram unless it is in a suitable container. Exceptions apply for assistance dogs.
  • Take a surfboard on a tram or a bus.

For further information, see Luggage, Bikes and Animals.

Wheelchair Accessible Taxis are available and most train replacement buses will be low-floor models to assist passengers. Please speak to the customer service staff at your replacement bus stop, station staff or contacting PTV prior to your travel on 1800 800 007.

If you are deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment, you can contact us directly or through the National Relay Service and request to call 1800 800 007.

For other languages visit ptv.vic.gov.au/languages or call 9321 5450.

See Accessibility for more information on accessible transport in Victoria.

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