Railway stations

Current railway station projects

Exterior of Flinders Street Station

Flinders Street Station upgrade

A $100 million investment will upgrade passenger amenities and heritage elements at Flinders Street Station.

Ringwood Station forecourt artists impression

Ringwood Station and Interchange Upgrade

The $66 million upgrade of the Ringwood Station precinct will deliver modern, integrated transport facilities to Ringwood. The upgrades create a safer, more accessible and attractive place for people to live, work and visit.

Southland Station artists impression

New station at Southland

The new station at Southland Shopping Centre will be located on the Frankston line between Highett and Cheltenham stations.

Caroline Springs Station

New station for Caroline Springs

A new V/Line railway station is planned at Caroline Springs, on the Melton line between the existing Rockbank and Deer Park stations.

Passengers standing at a railway station platform waiting for trains

Improving accessibility on the network

 PTV is committed to creating an inclusive and accessible public transport system for all Victorians and visitors to our state.


A future station at Langwarrin

Possible locations for a future station at Langwarrin are being considered as part of developing the Stony Point Line.

Epsom Station

Epsom and Eaglehawk rail improvements

Epsom Station on the Echuca line has four trains servicing the station each weekday. Eaglehawk Station on the Swan Hill line has been modified to more efficiently accommodate longer trains.


Huntingdale Station Precinct Upgrade

The Huntingdale Station Precinct Upgrade project will improve the safety and appearance of the station precinct by relocating the existing bus stops and upgrading car parking facilities.

Train entering Ballarat Station

Ballarat Station Precinct Redevelopment Project

The Victorian Government is delivering the $25 million Ballarat Station Precinct Redevelopment Project in partnership with the Pellicano Group consortium.

The project will deliver a vibrant commercial, transport and community precinct that will restore the prominence of the Goods Shed and transform the heart of the city. A new hotel and conference centre will create jobs, attract more visitors to the region and stimulate the local community’s economic growth.

For more information, visit Regional Development Victoria’s project page rdv.vic.gov.au