Notification

Carnegie Station: The first stage of the rebuilt station opened on Monday 18 June 2018

Added: 5 June 2018

The first stage of your brand new Carnegie Station opened on Monday 18 June.

The station will be staffed from first train to last, every day. For the first few months, access to platforms will be via temporary stairs only.

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What you’ll notice:

  • Station facilities, including myki readers situated on ground level.
  • Commuter toilets, accessible toilet, and waiting area also on ground level.
  • Access to platforms will be via temporary stairs only. Shuttle services between Caulfield and Oakleigh stations for passengers with special needs, or people travelling with prams or shopping carts.
  • Improved surveillance with additional CCTV cameras, increased lighting and a Protective
    Services Officer facility.
  • New public information displays and hearing loops in waiting areas and on platforms.
  • Bicycle storage facilities located close to the station entrance.
  • Temporary Disability Permit parking located in Shepparson Avenue.

While the station is operational, work will continue over the coming months around the station precinct. The old tracks will now be removed so that permanent stairs, lifts and escalators, and the rest of the station precinct can be completed.

Additional information

  • To plan your route, use journey planner.
  • Download the free PTV mobile apps for Android and iOS and access public transport information on the go.
  • Passengers requiring accessibility information, see Accessible transport.
  • If you need help or a question answered, call us on 1800 800 007.

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Updated 12:47pm, 27th June