Notification

Hughesdale Station: lifts and escalators now operational

Added: 27 September 2017

Hughesdale Station is the final station to be opened as part of the Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project. The first stage of the station opened on Saturday 25 August 2018.

Escalators and one lift is now available at Hughesdale Station.

From Wednesday 19 September, lift access will be available at both Carnegie and Murrumbeena stations.

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Stop locations for shuttle buses

Replacement buses will stop at:

STATION FROM CITY TO CITY
Caulfield

Bus stop

Normanby Road

Exit Caulfield Station on to Normanby Road, turn right and proceed to the bus stop.

Carnegie

Metro Designated Bus stop

Morton Avenue

Exit Carnegie Station onto Koornang Road and turn left. Proceed approximately 25m south on Koornang Road. Turn left on to Morton Ave and proceed to the bus stop, located outside 2 Morton Avenue. 

Murrumbeena

Metro Designated Bus stop

Neerim Road

Exit Murrumbeena Station on to Murrumbeena Road and turn right. Proceed approximately 25m north onto Murrumbeena Road. Turn right on to Neerim Road and proceed to Metro designated bus stop, located next to laneway.

Hughesdale

Bus stop  

Poath Road

From the old level crossing proceed approx. 50m south on Poath Road to the bus stop in front of 96A Poath Road.

Metro Designated Bus stop 

Poath Road

From the old level crossing proceed approx. 50m north on Poath Road to the bus stop in front of 79 Poath Road.

A map of bus stop locations is below. Please note: All information provided in the map is available above.

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Updated 09:25am, 17th September