Oakleigh Station: Temporary long-term car park closures and changes to pedestrian access from Friday 9 August 2019 to August 2020
Added: 5 August 2019
While Oakleigh Station upgrade works take place, up to 90 spaces will be unavailable from Monday 2 September until August 2020.
Car Park Changes
- Full closure of the Portman Street western car park.
- Partial closure (up to 20 spaces) of the Portman Street eastern car park.
- Full closure of the Haughton Road car park under Warrigal Road Bridge.
Alternative passenger parking is available at Huntingdale and Holmesglen stations.
Bicycle storage changes
- From Saturday 14 September 2019 the bicycle hoops at Oakleigh Station will be removed.
- Alternative bicycle hoop parking is available at Hughesdale and Huntingdale stations.
- The bicycle lockers will be permanently closed from Friday 13 September 2019.
- Access to the Parkiteer cage will be maintained throughout the works.
- The upgraded Oakleigh Station will have new bicycle hoop facilities.
Pedestrian access changes
- From mid-September 2019 until early 2020 the Oakleigh Station underpass will be closed, while Oakleigh Station upgrade works take place.
- Access between Portman Street and Haughton Road will be via the Warrigal Road bridge.
- A temporary ramp will be installed allowing passengers to access platform 1 from Haughton Road.
- Entry from Portman Street to platform 2 will be maintained.
Replacement bus stop temporary relocation
- The Metro designated train replacement bus stops will be temporarily relocated to Johnson Street from mid-October until August 2020, while Oakleigh Station upgrade works take place.
Wayfinding signage and traffic management will be in place to assist people moving around the area.
- Visit: https://levelcrossings.vic.gov.au/projects/oakleigh-station-upgrade
- Call: 1800 105 105 (24 hours, 7 days).
- Email: [email protected]
- To plan your route, use Journey planner.
- Download our mobile apps for Android and iOS to get public transport information on the go.
- If you need accessibility information, see Accessibility.
- If you need help or a question answered, call us on 1800 800 007.
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Updated 08:44am, 16th October