Noble Park Station: Station reopening on Thursday 15 February 2018
Added: 14 February 2018
The existing Noble Park Station permanently closed on Tuesday 30 January 2018 to make way for a brand new station, one of five being rebuilt as part of the Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project.
From Thursday 15 February 2018, trains will be up and running through Noble Park Station on the new elevated tracks.
While the station will be operational, work will continue over coming months around the station precinct. Works will be completed on the station car parks, Parkiteer facilities, a permanent Customer Service Office, and the surrounding open space.
The station is a Premium Station, with staff available to assist from the first train to last train, every day.
The new Noble Park Station has been rebuilt closer to Heatherton Road to link with the Douglas Street activity centre and Ross Reserve.To access the station, use the temporary entrance located off Mons Parade. Entry from Douglas Street is via the existing pedestrian underpass. A direct entrance from Douglas Street will open late February.
Please note: all ramps and access are compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act 1992.
Designed with improved accessibility, safety and connectivity in mind, the following facilities are will be available:
- Station facilities, including myki machines and readers are situated at ground level
- A temporary Customer Service Office is located on Mons Parade
- Commuter toilets, accessible toilet, and waiting area at ground level
- Stairs, escalators and a lift to access the elevated platforms
- 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 hoops
- Disability Permit parking spaces
- 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.
- Customers 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 12:44pm, 14th February