Notification

Frankston line stations: Temporary car park closures and changes to pedestrian access until late-2018

Added: 10 July 2018

There will be full and partial temporary long-term and short-term closures of station car parks and changes to pedestrian access in and around stations on the Frankston line, due to works as part of the Level Crossing Removal Project.

During construction, station car park users are encouraged to plan their travel and consider alternative transport to nearby stations and car parks. Passengers are advised to observe any signage and safety instructions in place during these works.

Car park closures:

Changes to pedestrian access:

Full and partial car park closures

Carrum Station

Station Street car park closure: 

  • The Station Street car park is affected by temporary car park closures until late September 2018, due to works.
  • Approximately 15 car spaces are closed in sections of the station car park during this time.
  • Please note Disability Permit car spaces will be relocated within the Station Street car park during these works.

Seaford Station

  • Seaford Station is affected by temporary car park closures until mid-October 2018, due to works.
  • Approximately 70 car spaces are closed in the Railway Parade car park during this time.
  • Alternative all-day parking is provided in the Seaford North Reserve car park, located 300 metres from Seaford Station. Download Seaford North Reserve map (PDF) 1.6MB

Kananook Station

  • Kananook Station is affected by temporary car park closures until late October 2018, due to works.
  • Approximately 30 car spaces are closed in sections of the station car park during this time.
  • Alternative all-day parking is provided in the Seaford North Reserve car park, located 300 metres from Seaford Station. Download Seaford North Reserve map (PDF) 1.6MB

Frankston Station

Fletcher Road car park closure: 

  • Frankston Station is affected by temporary car park closures until late November 2018, due to works.
  • Approximately 118 car spaces in the Fletcher Road car park will be closed.
  • Alternative all-day parking is provided in the Playne Street/Young Street car park, located 400 metres from Frankston Station. Download Frankston car park brochure (PDF) 202kB

Parkiteer cage closure:

  • The Parkiteer cage closest to the Frankston Station entrance is unavailable until late November 2018.
  • Alternative bicycle parking is available in the Parkiteer cage on Young Street.
  • When construction of the new Frankston Station is complete, the previously removed Parkiteer will be relocated to the Fletcher Road car park.

Pedestrian access changes

Kananook Station

Staircase closure

  • The pedestrian stairs at Kananook will be closed between 11pm Saturday 8 September to 11pm Sunday 9 September.
  • Pedestrian access will be maintained via the ramp.

Frankston Station

Parkiteer cage closure:

  • The Parkiteer cage closest to the Frankston Station entrance is unavailable until late November 2018.
  • Alternative bicycle parking is available in the Parkiteer cage on Young Street.
  • When construction of the new Frankston Station is complete, the previously removed Parkiteer will be relocated to the Fletcher Road car park.

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Updated 04:50pm, 18th September