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Share your ideas on the Gap Road level crossing removal

Posted: 10 Nov 2020

We’re removing the dangerous and congested level crossing at Gap Road and enabling bigger, more modern trains to run on the Sunbury Line as part of the works in the Sunbury Station precinct.

The Gap Road level crossing removal will be delivered in conjunction with the Sunbury Line Upgrade, in a partnership between Rail Projects Victoria and the Level Crossing Removal Project. By coordinating these works, it will allow us to bring the level crossing removal forward from 2025 to 2022 so we can get traffic in the Sunbury CBD moving sooner.

About 19,000 vehicles pass through the Gap Road level crossing each day, creating delays and traffic congestion on one of Sunbury’s busiest roads. That number is expected to reach 27,000 in 2026 as Sunbury’s population booms.

Have your say

As part of the level crossing removal, you can share your ideas from 9-29 November via an interactive online survey, with feedback being sought on urban design, landscaping and public artworks.

The project team is also seeking community feedback on a range of planning matters, including:

  • construction-related impacts
  • environmental impacts
  • amenity impacts.

You can also request a reply-paid postal feedback form by calling 1800 105 105.

We will be holding virtual community information events where you can find out more and discuss aspects of the project on Saturday 21 and Tuesday 24 November. To participate, visit Engage Victoria, and follow the links to join one of the two sessions.

Find our more about the Sunbury Station precinct works.