Minor adjustments to late evening and early morning weekend services on the Werribee and Williamstown lines
From Saturday 3 April 2021 changes will be made to three services on the Werribee and Williamstown lines, improving reliability for passengers travelling on late evening Saturday and early morning Sunday services.
From Saturday 28 March 2021 changes will be made to eight evening weekend services travelling from Gowrie to Upfield stations, improving the reliability for passengers travelling on Saturday and Sunday evenings.
We're making changes to our busiest metropolitan and regional lines and changing the way passengers move into and around Melbourne, with 450 new metropolitan and regional services each week from Sunday 31 January.
This section contains information about projects on the metropolitan and regional train networks.
The Melbourne Metro project will take our busiest train lines through a new tunnel under the city.
The Level Crossing Removal Project is removing 75 level crossings across metropolitan Melbourne.
The Australian and Victorian governments have invested more than $4 billion in the Regional Rail Revival program, which is upgrading every regional passenger rail line in Victoria and creating jobs and supplier opportunities.
The High Capacity Metro Trains Project is delivering 65 next-generation trains capable of carrying 20 per cent more passengers than current trains on the network.
The Suburban Rail Loop is a 90-kilometre rail ring around Melbourne’s middle suburbs that will connect every metropolitan train line from Cheltenham to Werribee, via Melbourne Airport.
We’re upgrading train substations to make them ready for bushfire protection technology.
We're upgrading the pedestrian crossing at Greenville Street.
We have now closed McIndoe Parade/Elm Grove pedestrian rail crossing for safety reasons.